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Petrisor, BA, Paul Tornetta III. -Communicating study results to our patients: Which way is best?- Indian Journal of Orthopaedics 422: 140-143. 2008

Abstract

Before we are able to communicate evidence and evidence results to patients we must first be familiar with the common ways by which results may be presented to our patients. We describe five approaches relative risk, risk reduction, odds ratio, absolute risk difference and number needed to treat of transforming the results of an orthopaedic study for communication with patients.Rights

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MED: Orthopaedic Surgery Papers -



Author: Petrisor, BA - Tornetta III, Paul - -

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