Principles Relevant To The Sudy Of Di

Scientific consensus is an integral part of modern evidence based practice and is typically based on three axes: (1) the level of evidence (i.e., quality of available data), (2) interpretation of the evidence (i.e., what the data suggest and how concordant the evidence is regarding a particular intervention), and (3) the type or strength of the recommendation issued by the expert panel or jury (i.e., the extent to which the reviewers are able to recommend a particular intervention on the basis of the first two considerations). Various systems have evolved to report and interpret evidence. What follows are the ones used in the evaluation of therapeutic interventions in the treatment of DI.

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