Objective interpretation of bovine clinical biochemistry data: application of Bayes law to a database model.

@article{Knox1998ObjectiveIO,
  title={Objective interpretation of bovine clinical biochemistry data: application of Bayes law to a database model.},
  author={K M Knox and Stuart W. J. Reid and Tim Irwin and Max Murray and George Gettinby},
  journal={Preventive veterinary medicine},
  year={1998},
  volume={33 1-4},
  pages={147-58}
}
With the advent of animal-side biochemistry analysers in veterinary practice, the requirement for ready access to reliable means for interpretation of the results is of increasing importance. At the University of Glasgow Veterinary School (GUVS), a large computerised hospital database containing extensive clinical, laboratory, and pathological information has been maintained. A retrospective study was undertaken to investigate plasma biochemistry results and corresponding post mortem diagnosis… CONTINUE READING

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