CLINIMETRICS FEINSTEIN PDFJanuary 12, 2021
Title, Clinimetrics. Author, Alvan R. Feinstein. Publisher, Yale University Press, ISBN, , Length, pages. Export Citation. Clinimetrics [Alvan R. Feinstein] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From inside front cover In this book, one of the most distinguished. The term ‘clinimetrics’ was introduced by Alvan R. Feinstein in to indicate a domain concerned with indexes, rating scales and other expressions that are.
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Clinimetrics: the science of clinical measurements.
In this book, Dr Feinstein attempts to delineate the principles underlying the construction and utility of such clinical scales. Purchase access Subscribe to JN Learning for one year.
Grading of heart murmurs, the TNM classification for malignant tumors, and the functional classification of the New York Heart Association are all well-known examples of attempts to quantify clinical findings.
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