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INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING STRUCTURED ABSTRACTS

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING STRUCTURED ABSTRACTS how selected should in¬ were be they (see below), provided INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING the number of otherwise who were cluding eligible subjects ap¬ STRUCTURED ABSTRACTS but refused. If is used for proached matching comparison groups, characteristics that matched should be In fol¬ are specified. All that are of data from clinical the of manuscripts reports original studies, who low-up proportion participants completed with human should be submitted with the must be indicated. In intervention investigations subjects the num¬ study studies, structured abstracts as described below. ber of withdrawn for adverse effects should be patients given. For selection these terms should be if used, procedures, random "random" refers to for¬ (where a appropriate: sample of Data From Clinical Reports Original randomized selection which all have mal, in a eligible subjects With Human Investigations Subjects fixed and chance of selection); usually equal population-based referred consecutive volunteer sample; sample; sample; sample; Authors the results of clini¬ manuscripts reporting submitting These terms the reader to deter¬ convenience assist sample. no cal should an abstract of more than investigations prepare mine an element of the of the important generalizability study. 250 words under the Set¬ Design, following headings: Objective, also than the terms used http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Internal Medicine American Medical Association

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING STRUCTURED ABSTRACTS

Archives of Internal Medicine , Volume 154 (5) – Mar 14, 1994

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1994 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
0003-9926
eISSN
1538-3679
DOI
10.1001/archinte.1994.00420050028003
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Abstract

how selected should in¬ were be they (see below), provided INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING the number of otherwise who were cluding eligible subjects ap¬ STRUCTURED ABSTRACTS but refused. If is used for proached matching comparison groups, characteristics that matched should be In fol¬ are specified. All that are of data from clinical the of manuscripts reports original studies, who low-up proportion participants completed with human should be submitted with the must be indicated. In intervention investigations subjects the num¬ study studies, structured abstracts as described below. ber of withdrawn for adverse effects should be patients given. For selection these terms should be if used, procedures, random "random" refers to for¬ (where a appropriate: sample of Data From Clinical Reports Original randomized selection which all have mal, in a eligible subjects With Human Investigations Subjects fixed and chance of selection); usually equal population-based referred consecutive volunteer sample; sample; sample; sample; Authors the results of clini¬ manuscripts reporting submitting These terms the reader to deter¬ convenience assist sample. no cal should an abstract of more than investigations prepare mine an element of the of the important generalizability study. 250 words under the Set¬ Design, following headings: Objective, also than the terms used

Journal

Archives of Internal MedicineAmerican Medical Association

Published: Mar 14, 1994

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