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Quality control in medical care is a complex topic and has inevitably become a major part of medical management in all contires. Hight expectations by patients of success in medical care have imposed standards of critical appraisal. Additionally, the pressures of cost cutting in health care are now imposing a much greater awareness of outcomes in Medical practice. The editors of Outcome Measures in Orthopaedics have brought together a wide spectrum of expert opinions and clincal views on this subject. Terminology and reliable instruments of measurement have to be defined before up to data clinical review can accurately quantify outcomes of medical care. Four general chapters cover topics ranging from statistics and bias to...
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Bucknill, T.M. "Outcome Measures in Orthopaedics." British Medical Journal, 7 Aug. 1993, p. 393. Academic OneFile, Accessed 23 Sept. 2017.
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