By U. Leif. The Union Institute.
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Introduction When making a diagnosis buy cheap shuddha guggulu 60 caps line, clinicians seldom have access to reference or “gold” standard tests for the target disorders they suspect, and often wish to avoid the risks or costs of these reference standards, especially when they are invasive, painful, or dangerous. No wonder, then, that clinical researchers examine relationships between a wide range of more easily measured phenomena and final diagnoses. These phenomena include elements of the patient’s history, physical examination, images from all sorts of penetrating waves, and the levels of myriad constituents of body fluids and tissues. Alas, even the most promising phenomena, when nominated as diagnostic tests, almost never exhibit a one-to-one relationship with their respective target disorders, and several different diagnostic tests may compete for primacy in diagnosing the same target disorder. As a result, considerable effort has been expended at the interface between clinical medicine and scientific methods in an effort to maximise the validity and usefulness of diagnostic tests. This book describes the result of those efforts, and this chapter focuses on the specific sorts of questions posed in diagnostic research and the study architectures used to answer them. At the time that this book was being written, considerable interest was being directed to questions about the usefulness of the plasma concentration of B-type natriuretic peptide in diagnosing left ventricular dysfunction. Because real examples are far better than hypothetical ones in illustrating not just the overall strategies but also the down-to-earth tactics of clinical research, we will employ this one in the following paragraphs. To save space and tongue twisting we will refer to the diagnostic test, B-type natriuretic peptide, as BNP and the target disorder it is intended to diagnose, left ventricular dysfunction, as LVD. The starting point in evaluating this or any other promising diagnostic test is to decide how we will define its normal range. This chapter deals with the strategies (a lot) and tactics (a little) of research that attempts to distinguish patients who are “normal” from those who have a specific target disorder. Before we begin, however, we need to acknowledge that several different definitions of normal are used in clinical medicine, and we confuse them at our (and patients’) peril.
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