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THE «MISSION» OF ANAESTHESIA AND RESUSCITATION UNITS  SMART 2001


Minerva Anestesiologica 2001 April;67(4):271-2

language: English

Evidence-based medicine and anaesthesia

Goodman N. W.

From the South­mead Hos­pi­tal North Bris­tol NHS ­Trust Bris­tol, UK


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The author defines the concept of Evidence-Based Medicine as the collection of data from large trials and their analysis. In Anesthesia and medicine in general the wide heterogeneity of the patients can make the statistical results difficult to interpretate and conclusions should be drawn carefully.

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