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Issue № 1 | 2014 (15)

Abstract

In 1998 our review «Application of statistical methods in cardiology (based on publications in «Cardiology» journal in 1993–1995)» has been published in the journal «Cardiology». Low level of statistics use and the description was ascertained. In this review we present results of the analysis of 150 articles published in another cardiology journal «The pathology of blood circulation and cardiosurgery» during 1997–2013. Also some publications from other medical journals are analysed. Examples of excellent and good statistical methods description and use are given. However incorrect description of statistical methods was found in most articles. Economic aspects of statistical methods improvement are considered in the specialsection of the article («Data + Statistics = Knowledge + Economy»). The measures aimed at the improvement of the statistical analysis in cardiology are proposed. Better quality and efficiency of the collected data implementation is the goal for such measures.

Keywords

cardiology, biometrics, biostatistics, editorial requirements, medical economy, quality of medical technologies.

For citations

Leonov V.P. Statistics in Cardiology. 15 Years Later. Medical Technologies. Assessment and Choice. 2014; 1(15): 17–28.

Issue № 1 | 2014 (15)

Abstract

This is a brief review of the current status of the problem of ensuring the quality of statistical analysis in medical studies and presenting their results. Peer reviewing of the statistical analysis is almost completely absent in scientific medical journals in Russia. This article contains references to documents and other sources of recommendations for authors, reviewers, and editors of scientific journals.

Keywords

statistical analysis, mistakes, recommendations, SAMPL.

For citations

Rebrova O.Yu. Once Again, on the Quality of Statistical Analysis in Medical Publications: Current Status of the Problem, Recommendations, Peer Reviewing. Medical Technologies. Assessment and Choice. 2014; 1(15): 8–10.