Discrimination and other statistical intervals for the interpretation of in vivo patient monitoring data.


A calibration line is used to define the relationship between a new clinical technique and a standard in vitro laboratory methodology. Discrimination intervals quantify the reliability of inverse estimates obtained from the calibration line. Applied to transcutaneous PCO2 monitoring, a new in vivo measurement, discrimination intervals for inverse estimates… (More)


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