Browse Items (17 total)
- Tags: Logistic Regression
Tags: 1994, Adolescent Mothers, Adult, Age Factors, Ambulatory Care Facilities – Utilization, Appointments and Schedules, Bourguet C C, Chi Square Test, Child Health Services – Utilization, Clinical pediatrics, Confidence Intervals, Female, Funding Source, Hospitals, Human, Infant, Infant Care, Logistic Regression, Marital Status, Maternal Age, Models, Mothers, Newborn, Ohio, Outpatients, Parity, Patient Compliance, Pediatric – Ohio, Physical Examination – In Infancy and Childhood, Predictive Research, Record Review, Relative Risk, Risk Factors, Sensitivity and Specificity, Socioeconomic Factors, Specht E M, Statistical, Telephone
Tags: 1994, 80 and over, Academic Medical Centers, Aged, Annals of emergency medicine, Cognition Disorders – Diagnosis – In Old Age, Cognition Disorders – Epidemiology, Confidence Intervals, Counsell S R, Cross Sectional Studies, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Emergency Service, Female, Fontanarosa P B, Frail Elderly – Psychosocial Factors, Funding Source, Geriatric Assessment, Gerontologic Care, Gerson L W, Human, Logistic Regression, Male, Memory Disorders – Diagnosis, NEOMED College of Medicine, Odds Ratio, Psychological Tests, Psychophysiology, Smucker W D
Tags: 2005, 80 and over, Accidental Falls – Prevention and Control, Accidents, Aged, American Journal of Emergency Medicine, Camargo CA Jr, Chi Square Test, Confidence Intervals, Consumer Health Information, Data Analysis Software, Emergency Service, Female, Funding Source, Gerson L W, Home – Prevention and Control, Home Environment, Home Safety, Human, Logistic Regression, Male, Pamphlets, Prospective Studies, T-Tests, Wilber S T
Tags: 2007, Adolescence, Air Pollutants – Immunology, Allergens – Immunology, Case Control Studies, Child, Confidence Intervals, Female, Grube E, Grube Emilie, Gupta J, Gupta Jayanta, Health Status, Human, Hypersensitivity – Diagnosis, Hypersensitivity – Epidemiology, Hypersensitivity – Immunology, Immunization, Incidence, Journal of Pediatrics, Khurana Hershey GK, Khurana Hershey Gurjit K, Logistic Regression, Male, Odds Ratio, Population, Preschool, Probability, Respiratory Hypersensitivity – Diagnosis, Respiratory Hypersensitivity – Ethnology, Respiratory Hypersensitivity – Immunology, Risk Factors, Schroer K, Schroer Kathy, Sellins S, Sellins Stacey, Sensitivity and Specificity, Skin Tests – Methods, Socioeconomic Factors, Stevenson MD, Stevenson Michelle D, Wang N, Wang Ning
Associations Between Disordered Eating, Menstrual Dysfunction, and Musculoskeletal Injury Among High School Athletes.
Tags: 2011, Adolescence, Adolescent Health, Adolescent Nutrition, Athletes, Athletic Injuries – Epidemiology – In Adolescence, Body Mass Index – Evaluation, Body Weights and Measures, Carr Kathleen E, Chi Square Test, Confidence Intervals, Data Analysis Software, Descriptive Statistics, Eating Behavior – Evaluation, Eating Disorders – Epidemiology – In Adolescence, Female, Female Athlete Triad, Funding Source, Health Status – Evaluation, High School, Human, Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy, Logistic Regression, Loud Keith J, McGuine Timothy A, Menstruation Disorders – Epidemiology – In Adolescence, Multivariate Analysis, Musculoskeletal System – Injuries – In Adolescence, Odds Ratio, One-Way Analysis of Variance, Post Hoc Analysis, Prospective Studies, Psychological Tests, Questionnaires, Rauh Mitchell J, Record Review, Retrospective Design, Self Report, Sports – Classification, Thein-Nissenbaum Jill M, Wisconsin, Women's Health
Tags: 2012, Adolescence, Adult, Aged, Chi Square Test, Data Analysis Software, Decision Making, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Descriptive Statistics, Family, Female, Haller Nairmeen Awad, Hewit Michael, Human, Journal of primary care & community health, Logistic Regression, Male, Maximum Likelihood, Mercado Francis, Mercado Margaret, Middle Age, Multivariate Analysis, Myers Nancy, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nonexperimental Studies, Odds Ratio, Patient, Patient Attitudes, Physicians, Prospective Studies, Questionnaires, Self Report, T-Tests
Tags: 2019, Adolescence, Adult, Attitude to Risk, Bivariate Statistics, Chi Square Test, College of Medicine, Colleges and Universities, Data Analysis Software, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Descriptive Statistics, Electronic cigarettes, Electronic Cigarettes – Utilization, Fischbein Rebecca, Human, Journal of Substance Use, Kenne Deric R, Kodukula Geethika, Laurene Kimberly R, Logistic Regression, Models, NEOMED College of Medicine, One-Way Analysis of Variance, Pleasure, Post Hoc Analysis, Preventive Health Care, Public Policy, Replication Studies, Risk Assessment, Risk Taking Behavior, Scales, Sensation, Student Attitudes, Surveys, Theoretical
Cardiac arrest is a predictor of difficult tracheal intubation independent of operator experience in hospitalized patients.
Tags: 2014, Academic Medical Centers – Washington, Adult, Aged, Ali Marwan, BMC anesthesiology, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation/*methods, Chi Square Test, Clinical Competence, Confidence Intervals, Data Analysis Software, Direct laryngoscopy, Female, Galgon Richard E, Heart Arrest, Heart Arrest/*therapy, Hospitalization, Hospitals, Human, Humans, In-hospital cardiac arrest, Intratracheal/*methods, Intubation, Joffe Aaron M, Khandelwal Nita, Laryngoscopy/*methods, Logistic Models, Logistic Regression, Male, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Multivariate Analysis, Odds Ratio, Retrospective Studies, T-Tests, University, Video-Assisted Surgery/methods, Videolaryngoscopy, Washington
Tags: 2017, Banks Mark, College – United States, College of Medicine, college students, Cross Sectional Studies, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Electronic cigarettes, Fischbein Rebecca L, Human, Kenne Deric R, Logistic Regression, Medical Marijuana, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nicotine, other substance use, Public Health, Smoking, Street Drugs, Students, Substance Abuse, Substance abuse : research and treatment, Surveys, Tan Andy Sl, Undergraduate, United States, vaping, young adults
Tags: 2015, Administrative Personnel, Adult, advance care planning, Advance Care Planning/*organization & administration/standards, area agency on aging, Attitude of Health Personnel, Baughman Kristin R, care management, Case Management, Case Managers, Chi Square Test, Clinical Protocols/standards, community-based long-term care, Confidence Intervals, Cross Sectional Studies, Cross-Sectional Studies, Data Analysis Software, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Descriptive Research, Descriptive Statistics, Female, Funding Source, Government Agencies, Hazelett Susan, Human, Humans, Inservice Training/organization & administration, interviews, Logistic Regression, Long Term Care, Ludwick Ruth, Male, Medicaid, Medicaid/statistics & numerical data, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Midwestern United States, Multivariate Analysis, NEOMED College of Medicine, nurses, Odds Ratio, Ohio, organizational characteristics, Organizational Culture, Palmisano Barbara, Practice Guidelines as Topic, Questionnaires, registered nurses, Rural Areas, Sanders Margaret, social workers, Surveys, T-Tests, Telephone, The American journal of hospice & palliative care, United States, Urban Areas
Short-term functional decline and service use in older emergency department patients with blunt injuries.
Tags: *Activities of Daily Living, 2010, 80 and over, Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Academic Medical Centers, Activities of Daily Living, Aged, Allen Kyle R, Blanda Michelle, Bone/physiopathology/therapy, Clinical Assessment Tools, Comorbidity, Confidence Intervals, Department of Emergency Medicine, Descriptive Statistics, Emergency Care – In Old Age, Emergency Patients – In Old Age, Emergency Service, Family, Female, Fisher's Exact Test, Fractures, Functional Status – In Old Age, Geriatric Assessment, Geriatric Functional Assessment, Gerson Lowell W, Health Resource Utilization – In Old Age, Hospital/*statistics & numerical data, Hospitals, Human, Humans, Logistic Models, Logistic Regression, Longitudinal Studies, Male, Mental Status Schedule, NEOMED College of Medicine, Nonpenetrating – In Old Age, Nonpenetrating/*physiopathology/*therapy, OARS Multidimensional Functional Assessment Questionnaire, Odds Ratio, Ohio, Outcome Assessment, Outpatients, P-Value, Predictive Value of Tests, Prospective Studies, Questionnaires, Record Review, ROC Curve, Scales, Summated Rating Scaling, Surveys and Questionnaires, T-Tests, Teaching, Treatment Outcome, Treatment Outcomes, Wilber Scott T, Wounds
Using Lean Six Sigma to Improve Delayed Intracranial Hemorrhage Screening in a Geriatric Trauma Population.
Tags: 2018, Aged, Anticoagulants – Therapeutic Use – In Old Age, Birmingham Lauren E, Chi Square Test, Descriptive Statistics, George Richard L, Guideline Adherence, Human, Intracranial Hemorrhage – Diagnosis – In Old Age, Logistic Regression, Mann Nolan, Midwestern United States, Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors – Therapeutic Use – In Old Age, Quality Improvement, Quality management in health care, Record Review, Sedorovich Ashley, Tomography, Trauma – Therapy – In Old Age, X-Ray Computed – In Old Age
Tags: *Nutrition assessment, 2016, Adult, Advances in skin & wound care, Ambulatory Care Facilities, Ambulatory Care/*methods, Beinlich Nancy, Bivariate Statistics, Blasiole Kimberly N, Convenience Sample, Descriptive Statistics, Evans Brad, Fulton Judith, Human, Humans, Leone Raymond, Logistic Regression, Loose Claire, Malnutrition – Risk Factors, Malnutrition/*diagnosis/etiology, Mass Screening/*methods, Meehan Anita, Miller Stephannie, nutrition, Nutritional Status, Ohio, Outcome Assessment (Health Care), Outpatients/*statistics & numerical data, Pilot Projects, Pilot Studies, Prospective Studies, Reliability and Validity, Wound Care, Wounds and Injuries/complications
The assessment and treatment of back and neck pain: an initial investigation in a primary care practice-based research network.
Tags: *Research, 2015, 80 and over, acute back and neck pain, Acute Disease, Adult, Aged, back pain, Baughman Kristin, chronic back and neck pain, Chronic pain, Chronic Pain/diagnosis/therapy, College of Medicine, Department of Family & Community Medicine, Female, Fischbein Rebecca, Hewit Michael, Human, Humans, Logistic Regression, Low Back Pain, Low Back Pain/*diagnosis/*therapy, Male, McCormick Kenelm, Meeker James, Middle Aged, Neck Pain, Neck Pain/*diagnosis/*therapy, NEOMED College of Medicine, non-malignant back and neck pain, Pain Measurement, primary care providers, Primary Health Care, Primary health care research & development, Primary Health Care/*methods, Prospective Studies, Schrop Susan Labuda, Selius Brian A, Surveys, T-Tests, Treatment Outcome, Young Adult
Single versus multiple fractions of repeat radiation for painful bone metastases: a randomised, controlled, non-inferiority trial.
Tags: *Dose Fractionation, *Radiotherapy, 2014, Aged, Analgesics – Therapeutic Use, Analgesics/therapeutic use, Australia, Babington Scott, Bone Neoplasms, Bone Neoplasms – Complications, Bone Neoplasms – Radiotherapy, Bone Neoplasms/complications/*radiotherapy/*secondary, Brief pain inventory, Brundage Michael D, Canada, Cauda Equina, Chen Bingshu E, Chi Square Test, Chi-Square Distribution, Chow Edward, Clinical Assessment Tools, Clinical Trials, Computer-Assisted, Computer-Assisted – Adverse Effects, Computer-Assisted/adverse effects, Demas William F, Europe, Female, Fractures, Funding Source, Hartsell William F, Hoskin Peter, Human, Humans, Intention to Treat Analysis, Israel, Logistic Models, Logistic Regression, Male, Meyer Ralph M, Middle Age, Middle Aged, Nabid Abdenour, New Zealand, Odds Ratio, Oei Bing, Pain – Diagnosis, Pain – Drug Therapy, Pain – Etiology, Pain – Radiotherapy, Pain Measurement, Pain/diagnosis/drug therapy/*etiology/*radiotherapy, Questionnaires, Radiation, Radiation Dosage, Radiotherapy, Radiotherapy Planning, Risk Factors, Roos Daniel, Scales, Spinal Cord Compression – Etiology, Spinal Cord Compression/etiology, Spontaneous – Etiology, Spontaneous/etiology, Surveys and Questionnaires, The Lancet. Oncology, Time Factors, Tissing-Tan Caroline J A, Treatment Outcome, Treatment Outcomes, van der Linden Yvette M, Wilson Carolyn F, Wong Rebecca K S, Wu Jackson S Y
Tags: *BMI percentile, *Body Mass Index, *infant growth, *obese, *weight for length, 2017, Age Factors, Bansal Danesh, Bliss Sherri, Body Mass Index, Bolling Christopher, Case Control Studies, Case-Control Studies, Child, Comparative Studies, Crimmins Nancy A, Daniels Stephen R, Evaluation Research, Female, Human, Humans, Incidence, Infant, Klein Jillian, Logistic Models, Logistic Regression, Male, Morbid – Diagnosis, Morbid – Epidemiology, Morbid/*diagnosis/*epidemiology, Multicenter Studies, Newborn, Obesity, Obesity – Diagnosis, Obesity – Epidemiology, Obesity/diagnosis/epidemiology, Predictive Value of Tests, Preschool, Reference Values, Reproducibility of Results, Risk Assessment, Scales, Sex Factors, Smego Allison, Suh Christina, The Journal of pediatrics, Validation Studies, Weight Gain, Woo Jessica G