Managing your patients' data in the neonatal and pediatric ICU; an introduction to databases and statistical analysis. (CD-ROM included).
Managing your patients' data in the neonatal and pediatric ICU; an introduction to databases and statistical analysis. (CD-ROM included)
Schulman (newborn medicine, Cornell U.) explains how to use electronic databases to access data and patients and data about criteria for evaluating care, and how to link the two. He begins by introducing the design, implementation, and administration of an electronic database of patient information. Then he explains how to ask meaningful questions of the data, obtain well-founded answers, and make sense of those answers. His examples come from his own specialty. The disk contains the eNICO software package and related documents.
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