Ana Ruíz-Rabaza

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BACKGROUND The Internet offers a great amount of health related websites, but concern has been raised about their reliability. Several subjective evaluation criteria and websites rating systems have been proposed as a help for the Internet users to distinguish among web resources with different quality, but their efficacy has not been proven. OBJECTIVES(More)
OBJECTIVE Little is known about the ability of internet users to distinguish the best medical resources online, and how their preferences, measured by usage and popularity indexes, correlate with established quality criteria. Our objective was to analyse whether the number of inbound links and/or daily visits to a sample of paediatric web pages are reliable(More)
OBJECTIVES The authors sought to find out whether certain Webometric indexes of a sample of pediatric Web resources, and some tests based on them, could be helpful predictors of their disappearance. METHODS The authors performed a retrospective study of a sample of 363 pediatric Websites and pages they had followed for 4 years. Main measurements included:(More)
UNLABELLED We studied the relative quality of a subset of anesthesiology and critical care medicine Internet mailing lists regarding the publishing capacity of their members to compare them with the major journals and conferences regarding these specialties. Using systematic searches on MEDLINE and according to the Science Citation Index 1995, we(More)
We studied whether biochemical markers of bone turnover (urinary CrossLaps corrected for creatinine (uCL) and serum osteocalcin (sN-Mid)) can predict the response in bone mass to Tibolone treatment. Data from a 2-year double-blind, randomized trial with 57 completing Tibolone-treated women and 13 placebotreated women were studied. BMD of the spine(More)
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