Users' Guides to the Medical Literature: Essentials of by Gordon Guyatt, Drummond Rennie, Maureen Meade, Deborah Cook

By Gordon Guyatt, Drummond Rennie, Maureen Meade, Deborah Cook

The “essential” spouse to the landmark Users' courses to the scientific Literature - thoroughly revised and updated!

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Evidence-based medication comprises the cautious interpretation of clinical stories and its medical software. And no source is helping you do it better-and faster-than Users' courses to the clinical Literature: necessities of Evidence-Based scientific Practice.

This streamlined reference distills the main clinically-relevant insurance from the guardian Users' consultant Manual into one highly-focused, moveable source. Praised for its transparent reasons of unique statistical and mathematical rules, The Essentials concisely covers all of the uncomplicated recommendations of evidence-based medicine--everything you must bring optimum sufferer care.

It's an ideal at-a-glance resource for busy clinicians and scholars, supporting you distinguish among reliable scientific facts and bad scientific facts, tailor evidence-based medication for every sufferer, and lots more and plenty extra. Now in its moment version, this carry-along speedy reference is extra clinically relevant--and extra essential--than ever!

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  • thoroughly revised and up to date with all new insurance of the elemental concerns in evidence-based medication in sufferer care
  • plentiful real-world examples drawn from the scientific literature are woven all through, and comprise vital similar rules and pitfalls in utilizing medical examine in sufferer care judgements
  • Edited via over 60 across the world well-known editors and members from around the world
  • additionally search for JAMAevidence.com, a brand new interactive database for the simplest perform of proof established medicine.

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The evidence may be extremely weak—it may be the unsystematic observation of a single clinician or physiologic studies that point to mechanisms of action that are only indirectly related—but there is always evidence. Clinical Decision Making: Evidence Is Never Enough Picture a woman with chronic pain resulting from terminal cancer. She has come to terms with her condition, resolved her affairs, and said her good-byes, and she wishes to receive only palliative care. She develops severe pneumococcal pneumonia.

1999;319(7212):731-734. 13. Sutherland H, Llewellyn-Thomas H, Lockwood G, Tritchler D, Till J. Cancer patients: their desire for information and participation in treatment decisions. J R Soc Med. 1989;82(5):260-263. 14. Greenhalgh T. Narrative based medicine: narrative based medicine in an evidence based world. BMJ. 1999;318(7179):323-325. 15. Greenhalgh T, Hurwitz B. Narrative based medicine: why study narrative? BMJ. 1999;318(7175):48-50. 16. Haynes R. Of studies, syntheses, synopses, and systems: the “4S” evolution of services for finding current best evidence.

Decision aids for patients facing health treatment or screening decisions: systematic review. BMJ. 1999;319(7212):731-734. 13. Sutherland H, Llewellyn-Thomas H, Lockwood G, Tritchler D, Till J. Cancer patients: their desire for information and participation in treatment decisions. J R Soc Med. 1989;82(5):260-263. 14. Greenhalgh T. Narrative based medicine: narrative based medicine in an evidence based world. BMJ. 1999;318(7179):323-325. 15. Greenhalgh T, Hurwitz B. Narrative based medicine: why study narrative?

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