Tag: "statisticians" at medical news
New Generation Clinical Trials Could Save Time And Money, Improve Patient Care
...thod called frequentist or Neyman-Pearson (for the statisticians
who advocated its use)—is so narrowly focused and rigorous in its requirements that it limits innovation and learning. The solution, which he has advocated for over 30 years, is to adopt a system called the Bayesian method, a statistical approach ...
Calcium in isolation no good for maintaining bone integrity
... calcium-vitamin D supplementation regimen. Some statisticians
said the positive results should be ignored because one should not just focus on certain subgroups of subjects for a positive result. Regardless of the effect of calcium-vitamin D supplements on bone health and colorectal cancer risk, many agreed th...
Saving Hearts with Cutting-Edge Technology
...ent." An international group of cardiologists and statisticians
have spent several years producing the Global Registry of Acute Coronary Events (GRACE) calculator. The complex statistical model has been developed using data derived from six-year study of more than 40,000 coronary patients worldwide. Professor Fo...
Poor awareness of lymphomas
...past two decades show s statistics. Alarmingly the statisticians
have gathered enough data to show that the incidence will scale to almost 30% in the next five years.In spite of the high rates of incidence majority of the population are unaware of what lymphomas are and its impact on society. This was revealed in ...
1,600 Roller Shoe Injuries Reported
...on a more recent and thorough examination by staff statisticians
of data reported to the agency, Wolfson told the AP Wednesday. The update follows new safety advice posted online Tuesday by the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, which recommends helmets, wrist protectors and knee and elbow pads for kids w...
Experts in Istanbul Seek Nature and Measure of Happiness
More than 1,000 statisticians
and economists were Saturday winding up four days ...ther promising line of inquiry is neurology, which statisticians
could enlist as a tool. "We can link more and more neurological kinds of research with happiness r...