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Confidence Intervals

November 17, 2014
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Imagine that you want to take a measurement on a group of 100 people. Perhaps you are measuring their glucose level, as a conceptually easy measure to think about. In that group of 100 people, you find that the mean glucose level is 87. Now what if you were to find another group of...
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Why write a case report?

November 10, 2014
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I have the opportunity to talk with DCs who often ask questions about how to conduct research in their practice. These questions are often generated from the desire to communicate successful clinical experiences. However, conducting ethical and quality research in any setting requires someone...
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The Language We Use

November 5, 2014
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This is a bit of a departure of my usual blog, but I think you may find it useful. In the November edition of The Spine Journal and simultaneously in the American Journal of Neuroradiology an article is being published on lumbar disc nomenclature.(1)...
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Evidence, Science and Belief, Writ Small

November 3, 2014
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A long time ago I read a book called “The Hot Zone,” by Richard Preston. It was a book about the discovery of Ebola virus in a primate laboratory...
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A better way to measure and interpret pain severity?

October 27, 2014
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Have you ever been challenged with interpreting pain that a patient rates with a number from 0-10? To my knowledge, there is no formula to conveniently and accurately convert...
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More Words on Diagnostic Testing: Likelihood Ratios and Test Probabilities

October 20, 2014
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Over the past three blog entries that I have presented, I looked at measures related to diagnostic testing. I started with this question: how do we know a diagnostic...
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