Evidence-Based Diagnosis explains diagnostic, screening, and prognostic tests in clinical medicine, and is of great use to anyone looking to select, develop, or apply medical tests. The book includes numerous worked examples and 60 problems (with answers) based on real clinical situations and journal articles.Table of Contents 1. Introduction: understanding diagnosis and diagnostic testing2. Reliability and measurement error3. Dichotomous tests4. Multilevel and continuous tests5. Critical appraisal of studies of diagnostic tests6. Screening tests7. Prognostic tests and studies8. Multiple tests and multivariable decision rules9. Quantifying treatment effects using randomized trials10. Alternatives to randomized trials for estimating treatment effects11. Understanding P-values and confidence intervals12. Challenges for evidence-based diagnosis.
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Titolo: Evidence - Based Diagnosis
Autori: Thomas B. Newman - University of California
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 25x17 cm