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Evidence-Based Diagnosis: An Introduction to Clinical Epidemiology

Evidence-Based Diagnosis: An Introduction to Clinical Epidemiology

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Wydawnictwo Cambridge University Press
Data wydania 25/06/2020
Wydanie Drugie
Liczba stron 405
Forma publikacji książka w miękkiej oprawie
Poziom zaawansowania Dla profesjonalistów, specjalistów i badaczy naukowych
ISBN 9781108436717
Kategorie Zdrowie jednostki i społeczeństwa, Epidemiologia i statystyka medyczna
Zastępuje 9780521714020
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Opis książki

Medicine is becoming increasingly reliant on diagnostic, prognostic and screening tests for the successful treatment of patients. With new tests being developed all the time, a more informed understanding of the benefits and drawbacks of these tests is crucial. Providing readers with the tools needed to evaluate and interpret these tests, numerous real-world examples demonstrate the practical application and relevance of the material. The mathematics involved are rigorously explained using simple and informative language. Topics covered include the diagnostic process, reliability and accuracy of tests, and quantifying treatment benefits using randomized trials, amongst others. Engaging illustrations act as visual representations of the concepts discussed in the book, complementing the textual explanation. Based on decades of experience teaching in a clinical research training program, this fully updated second edition is an essential guide for anyone looking to select, develop or market medical tests.

Evidence-Based Diagnosis: An Introduction to Clinical Epidemiology

Spis treści

1. Introduction: Understanding Diagnosis and Evidence-Based Diagnosis; 2. Dichotomous Tests; 3. Multilevel and Continuous Tests; 4. Critical Appraisal of Studies of Diagnostic Test Accuracy; 5. Reliability and Measurement Error; 6. Risk Predictions; 7. Multiple Tests and Multivariable Decision Rules; 8. Quantifying Treatment Effects Using Randomized Trials; 9. Alternatives to Randomized Trials for Estimating Treatment Effects; 10. Screening Tests; 11. Understanding P-Values and Confidence Intervals; 12. Challenges for Evidence-Based Diagnosis; Problems and Answers; Index

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