Positive predictive value
... The positive predictive value , or precision rate
, is the proportion of patients with positive ...
False positive rate
(α) = FP / (FP + TN) = 18 / (18 + 182) = 9% = 1 - specificity
False negative rate
(β) = FN / (TP + FN) = 1 / (2 + 1) = 33% = 1 - ...
... of the radiopharmaceutical used, its distribution in the body and its rate
of clearance from the body.
Effective doses can range from 6 μSv (0.006 mSv) for a 3 MBq chromium -51 EDTA measurement of glomerular filtration rate
to 37 mSv for a 150 MBq thallium -201 non-specific tumour imaging ...
... and further $1 billion to successfully market a new product. The failure rate
of product development is very high and in many cases failure is not ... The traditional diagnostics industry is mature and only achieving a growth rate
of the order of 4% per annum. Its products are very cost sensitive and ...
... free, public hospitals or policlinics, lowered tuberculosis ' mortality rate
from 130 per 100.000 to 36 per 100.000, ended epidemics sych as typhus and brucellosis , and decreased drastically the infantile mortality rate
from 90 to 56 per thousand live births.
All this Ramón Carrillo did ...
... the screening of patients who have not been diagnosed with a disease, or who do not have symptoms suggestive of a disease,  due to the low rate
of finding disease, and the inconclusiveness of the cause of abnormalities seen.  
As with any test that screens for disease, the risks ...
... managed by aspiration or excision . Aspiration of the cyst is the simpler method, but cysts will develop again in about 50% of cases. Recurrence rate
after surgery is only 5–10%; the procedure is simple, and usually there are no complications. Recurrence rates are lower when the hand or finger is ...
... is prognostic indicator that a pure Drug -Induced Liver Injury (DILI) leading to jaundice, without a hepatic transplant , has a case fatality rate
of 10% to 50%. The law is based on observations by Hy Zimmerman , a major scholar of drug-induced liver injury. 
... at least in reasonable quantities. Research suggested that mumijo has antiseptic and stimulant properties, so it tends to increase wound healing rate
and produce better results. Two commercial mumijo-based drugs were developed and at least three conference on post-operational application of mumijo ...
... eye movement ( electrooculogram or EOG ), fluctuation of muscle tension usually in the legs and chin ( electromyogram or EMG ), and heart rate
( ECG or electrocardiogram ). This information was first collected with analog equipment using needle-and-paper method, but in recent years has ...
... It is also applicable to other disciplines, such as debugging computer programs .
A more thorough analysis will consider the false positive rate
of the test and the possibility that a less likely diagnosis might have more serious consequences.
The law is named after the bank robber Willie ...
... and especially to refer to the 90 minute ultradian cycle in human sleep.
Some of the ultradian cyclings of the body are hormonal release, heart rate
, thermoregulation , nostril dilation and appetite . The last involves rhythmic release of Neuropeptide Y (NPY) and Corticotropin-releasing ...