Written in English
|Other titles||International source of the best available evidence for effective health care.|
|Series||Clinical evidence -- 15, 2006, Clinical evidence -- 15, 2006.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||716 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||716|
Clinical evidence concise is designed to make the contents of Clinical evidence more easily accessible. It contains the summary and background information for each topic, with full content, including evidence detail, figures and appendices, on the companion CD-ROMPages: Clinical evidence concise is designed to make the contents of Clinical evidence more easily accessible Includes indexPages: The evidence in Clinical Evidence Concise is compiled using comprehensive search, retrieval, and appraisal protocols. Topics are selected using national databases of morbidity, mortality, and consultation rates, in conjunction with the advice of primary care clinicians and patient by: Clinical evidence concise. Responsibility: in Kooperation mit dem Deutschen Netzwerk Evidenzbasierte Medizin (DNEbM e.V.). Günter Ollenschläger (Hrsg.). Aus dem Engl. von Michael Herrmann.
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