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“How much overtesting is needed to safely exclude a diagnosis? A Different perspective on Triage testing using Bayes theorem” – [Uses Pulmonary Embolus as the example]

Resource (1) uses pulmonary embolus as the example for the discussion and so it fits in very nicely with my following recent posts on pulmonary embolus: Pulmonary Embolus – A Great Two Part Course From Emergency Medicine Cases Posted on … Continue reading

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