USMLE Biostatistics

USMLE Biostatistics

A unique biostatistics study aid for the USMLE!

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USMLE Biostatistics 2x2 Sample Table

Our simple and easy to use 2x2 sample table is great for making quick calculations in biostatistics. Simply enter data into the highlighted boxes and the solution will appear. All of the most important equations are here – from absolute risk reduction to odds ratio to specificity. But as your knowledge and understanding of medical biostatistics grows, we suggest that you become accustomed to solving questions without the use of our 2x2 sample table.

Also be sure to check out the flashcards, board review questions, and video lectures.

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Key Concept:

So you want to change a patient’s current therapy because a new medication has a decreased risk of a particular side effect. That sounds reasonable, but have you taken other issues into consideration (e.g., efficacy, other adverse reactions, cost, etc.)? And how about the number needed to treat? Do you know how many patients would need to receive the new therapy as opposed to the old one before one patient less experiences the side effect? Determining the number needed to treat can be useful in clinical practice when analyzing the risk versus benefit between two therapies.


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About this version (1.5.1)

Minor improvements

Details and Recent Ratings

Size: 13 MB
Version: 1.5.1 by Olly Tree Applications
Updated: 12 June 2017 (1566 days ago)
Released: 21 February 2016
Installations: more than 5 000
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