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Part A The Foundations >
Chapter 2. The Philosophy of Evidence-Based Medicine
> Two Fundamental Principles of EBM >
A Hierarchy of Evidence
Part B Therapy >
Chapter 9.2. Surprising Results of Randomized Trials
> Most Major Basic Science and Preclinical Promises for Effective Interventions Disappoint in Clinical Trials >
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A broad definition of evidence is any empirical observation, whether systematically collected or not. The unsystematic observations of the individual...
A broad definition of evidence is any empirical observation, whether systematically collected or not. The unsystematic observations of the individual clinician constitute one source of evidence. Physiologic experiments constitute another source. Clinical research evidence refers to systematic observation of clinical events.
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