Biomarkers of Disease: An Evidence-Based Approach


Biomarkers of Disease: An Evidence-Based Approach

Biomarkers of Disease: An Evidence-Based Approach
By Andrew K. Trull, Lawrence M. Demers, David W. Holt, Atholl Johnston, J. Michael Tredger, Christopher P. Price

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number Of Pages: 516
Publication Date: 2002-06-15
ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0521811023
ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780521811026
Binding: Hardcover

This new publication takes a critical, evidence-based look at the efficacy of new diagnostic tests which are increasingly being used to evaluate organ damage and dysfunction. The use of biomarkers is growing, with a steady stream of new products being brought out by the pharmaceutical industry. However, in many cases the evidence which supports the use of these new methods as opposed to traditional biochemical tests has not yet been demonstrated, and it is intended that this volume will help clarify the strengths and weaknesses of using these biomarkers across a wide range of applications and in the various organs of the body. This approach will provide an invaluable overview of the diverse applications of biomarkers in medicine.

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About Ruben Roa

Medico especialista en Medicina Familiar. Magister en Epidemiologia, Economia de la Salud, Felowship en Medicina Familiar. Ex-Secretario Ejecutivo Confederación Iberoamericana de Medicina Familiar, miembro del Board de Educación Médica Continua WONCA. Senior Research at Agencia de Tecnologias Santiarias ISALUD.
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