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Evidenza

Pubblicato mercoledì 19 Marzo 2014
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Evidence – Il termine inglese “evidence” presente nella locuzione evidence-based medicine indica qualsiasi dato o informazione, forte o debole, ottenuto attraverso l’esperienza, la ricerca osservazionale o il lavoro sperimentale (trial). Anche le evidenze derivate dalla ricerca clinica non hanno sempre lo stesso valore, dal momento che quest’ultimo dipende in grande misura dalla metodologia utilizzata per il disegno dello studio, la qualità del modo in cui è stato eseguito, la coerenza con i risultati di studi analoghi, la rilevanza e la trasferibilità nella pratica clinica.

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