Flashcards in OME 3 Deck (10):
hx ear infection, swelling behind ear, anteriorly rotated ear
rx surgical decompression
baby turns cyanotic with feeds, pink with crying,
dx, how to dx, and rx
dx with pass catheter, fiber optic wire
rejecting null hypothesis when it is actually true
(stating that there is a difference when there really isn't)
type I error (1-alpha)
alpha usually is .05
guessing that null hypothesis is true when it is actually false
(saying there is no difference when there actually is)
type 2 error (beta)
statistical power = 1-beta
percent of time that you reject null hypothesis when it is actually false...
what is this value and how to increase it?
increase with larger sample size!
difference between probability and odds
when do probability and odds roughly equal to each other
in RARE DISEASES
#events very small
fixed split s2
continuous machine like murmur/ multiphasic murmur