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How can I find if an article has an erratum or other type of correction?

The IDIS database allows you to find corrections to the original articles already in the database. The corrections are submitted by the original author(s) or the journal publisher. Articles that contain corrections have "CORRIGENDUM Z100." as an IDIS disease term. The corrigendum term includes articles that are erratum, addendum, retraction or note of plagiarism. The type of correction is listed in the title field followed by the article number for the original article or correction.

For example:
Article Number: 671736
Title: THE ROLE OF STEROIDS IN TREATING SEPTIC SHOCK (ERRATUM) (ART 675412)

In this example the original article is 671736 and the erratum is article 675412.
    
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  IDIS Drug Database 1966 - April 2014

Learn about IDIS 4.0 Drug Database by reading New Features or viewing this video.

Full-text articles/reports from 1988 through the current month are available in IDIS Drug Database.

IDIS is a database of index records to articles about drugs and drug therapy in humans taken from over 200 leading medical and pharmaceutical journals, FDA approval packages, FDA Advisory Committee briefing documents, FDA boxed warnings, AHRQ publications, National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines and appraisals, clinical practice guidelines and more. The complete article/report is also available online (1988 through the current month). The system is designed to retrieve specific information concerning a drug and/or drug treatment of a disease state. Authoritative publications have been selected to provide broad coverage of both general and specialty areas of pharmacy and medicine.

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