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Associated Medical Subject Headings [MeSH]
         20th Century,   21st Century,   80 and over,   APACHE,   Abbreviations as Topic,   Accidents,   Acute Kidney Injury,   Adolescent,   Adult,   Advertising as Topic,   Age Factors,   Aged,   Algorithms,   Anticoagulants,   Anxiety Disorders,   Apgar Score,   Area Under Curve,   Artificial Intelligence,   Aspirin,   Attitude of Health Personnel,   Authorship,   Aviation,   Awards and Prizes,   Benchmarking,   Bias,   Bias (Epidemiology),   Bibliometrics,   Biological,   Biological Markers,   Biomedical Research,   Breast Neoplasms,   Calibration,   Cardiology,   Cardiovascular,   Cardiovascular Diseases,   Cell Phones,   Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.),   Cervical Vertebrae,   Checklist,   Child,   Child Development,   Cholesterol,   Chronic,   Chronic Disease,   Clinical,   Clinical Competence,   Clinical Decision Rules,   Clinical Decision-Making,   Clinical Laboratory Information Systems,   Clinical Medicine,   Clinical Trials as Topic,   Cohort Studies,   Computational Biology,   Computer Simulation,   Computer-Assisted,   Computerized,   Computers,   Concept Formation,   Concurrent Review,   Confounding Factors (Epidemiology),   Continental Population Groups,   Continuing,   Coronary Disease,   Cost-Benefit Analysis,   Critical Care,   Data Interpretation,   Databases,   Datasets as Topic,   Death,   Decision Making,   Decision Support Systems,   Decision Support Techniques,   Delivery of Health Care,   Delphi Technique,   Diabetes Mellitus,   Diagnosis,   Diagnostic Techniques and Procedures,   Diagnostic Tests,   Differential,   Early Detection of Cancer,   Education,   Electronic Health Records,   Ethnicity,   European Continental Ancestry Group,   Evaluation Studies as Topic,   Evidence-Based Medicine,   Factual,   Family Practice,   Female,   Fibrinolytic Agents,   Financial Management,   Focus Groups,   Fourier Analysis,   Games,   Glomerular Filtration Rate,   Grateful Med,   Growth Charts,   Guidelines as Topic,   HDL,   Handheld,   Health Care Surveys,   Health Information Interoperability,   Health Level Seven,   Health Maintenance Organizations,   Health Promotion,   Health Services Needs and Demand,   Health Services Research,   Health Status,   Healthcare Disparities,   History,   Hospital,   Hospital Medicine,   Hospitals,   Humans,   Image-Guided Biopsy,   Incidence,   Individuality,   Infant,   Information Seeking Behavior,   Information Storage and Retrieval,   Information Systems,   Inservice Training,   Intensive Care Units,   International Classification of Diseases,   Internet,   Internship and Residency,   Interventional,   Ischemic Attack,   Japan,   Journal Impact Factor,   Knowledge,   LDL,   Laboratories,   Language,   Life Expectancy,   Linear Models,   Lipoproteins,   Literature,   Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes,   Logistic Models,   Low Back Pain,   Lung Neoplasms,   Lupus Erythematosus,   MEDLARS,   MEDLINE,   Machine Learning,   Magnetic Resonance Imaging,   Male,   Mammography,   Markov Chains,   Mass Screening,   Mathematical Computing,   Mathematical Concepts,   Mathematics,   Medical,   Medical History Taking,   Medical Informatics,   Medical Informatics Applications,   Medical Records,   Medical Records Systems,   Medicine in Art,   Medicine in Literature,   Medicine in the Arts,   Memory,   Meta-Analysis as Topic,   Middle Aged,   Minnesota,   Mobile Applications,   Models,   Modern,   Monte Carlo Method,   Mortality,   Multivariate Analysis,   Natural Language Processing,   Neck Injuries,   Neoplasms,   Nephrology,   Neural Networks (Computer),   Newborn,   Nonpenetrating,   Nutrition Surveys,   Obstetrics,   Odds Ratio,   Organizational Innovation,   Outcome and Process Assessment (Health Care),   Paroxetine,   Patient Care,   Patient Discharge,   Patient Participation,   Patient Readmission,   Patient Selection,   Patients,   Peer Review,   Percutaneous Coronary Intervention,   Periodicals as Topic,   Pharyngitis,   Philosophy,   Physical Examination,   Physician''s Role,   Physician's Practice Patterns,   Physician-Patient Relations,   Physicians,   Physics,   Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors,   Poetry as Topic,   Point-of-Care Systems,   Practice Guidelines as Topic,   Predictive Value of Tests,   Pregnancy,   Preschool,   Preventive Health Services,   Primary Care,   Primary Health Care,   Primary Prevention,   Probability,   Prognosis,   Programming Languages,   Proportional Hazards Models,   Prospective Studies,   Prostate-Specific Antigen,   Prostatic Neoplasms,   Protective Devices,   Psychometrics,   Public Health,   Publication Bias,   Publishing,   Quality of Health Care,   Questionnaires,   ROC Curve,   Radiologic,   Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic,   Reading,   Recreational,   Reference Standards,   Reference Values,   Reinforcement (Psychology),   Renal Insufficiency,   Reproducibility of Results,   Research,   Research Design,   Respiratory Insufficiency,   Retrospective Studies,   Review Literature as Topic,   Risk Assessment,   Risk Factors,   Routine,   Semantics,   Sensitivity and Specificity,   Serotonin Uptake Inhibitors,   Severity of Illness Index,   Sex Factors,   Signal-To-Noise Ratio,   Software,   Spinal Fractures,   Statistical,   Statistics as Topic,   Streptococcal Infections,   Stroke,   Sudden,   Supervised Machine Learning,   Survival Rate,   Systematic Reviews as Topic,   Systemic,   Technology,   Telemedicine,   Theoretical,   Therapy,   Thrombosis,   Time Factors,   Tomography,   Transient,   Traumatology,   Treatment Outcome,   Type 2,   Ultrasonography,   Uncertainty,   United States,   Urology,   User-Computer Interface,   Utilization Review,   Vasculitis,   Weights and Measures,   Wit and Humor as Topic,   Women,   Workforce,   Wounds,   Wounds and Injuries,   X-Ray Computed,   Young Adult


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