Published in Hospital Law Weekly, July 10th, 2008
"A positive fever evaluation was defined as a blood culture, urine culture, chest x-ray, or abdominal CT result that led to a change in patient management. Logistic regression, Fisher's exact test, and chi-squared test were used; odds ratios were calculated. Of 133 patients, 26 percent had a positive evaluation. Blood culture, urine...
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