Sumitra Lahiri

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Incidence rates have long been used to assess the burden of different diseases in a population, whereas loss due to occurrence of diseases is studied using the death rates. Death rates however, are based on and therefore describe, only number of lives lost. There have been two approaches to arrive at the actual loss or gain from a particular cause viz.(More)
To confirm results obtained from local evaluation at investigational centers, many oncology studies utilize blinded independent central review (BICR) to make assessments of the primary endpoint, progression-free survival (PFS). The comparison of data often leads to large discordances between these observations, casting doubt on the reliability of the(More)
With classical approaches, survival refers to the life of a person after diagnosis of disease, and survival studies deal with measurement of the same to evaluate overall performance of a group of patients in terms of quality and quantity of life after diagnosis/treatment. There are numerous difficulties in the conduct of a population-based survival study in(More)
Introduction Trauma is now the leading cause of non-obstetric death in pregnancy. Emergency department (ED) management of trauma in pregnancy may be complicated by physiological compensation for concealed haemorrhage, reduced accuracy of diagnostic examination, a need to coordinate multiple teams, worries about imaging radiation and difficult decisions(More)
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