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is a Nephrology Fellow at the University of Calgary

 

The practice of evidence based diagnosis is what we are taught we should all do, but, in practice, this is quite difficult. EBM diagnosis relies on likelihood ratios, but it’s impossible to remember the diagnostic accuracies of the thousands of tests that exist.

 This is why I made a simple tool to help with the scientific diagnosis of diseases spanning most specialties. It is a database of over 700 likelihood ratios of tests (history, radiology, physical exam etc.). The likelihood ratios are completely free for all to access ...continue reading