Concato

Con·ca·to

(kon-kah'tō),
Luigi M., Italian physician, 1825-1882. See: Concato disease.
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(5.) Inouye S, Peduzzi P, Robison J, Hughes J, Horwits R, Concato J.
Italian artist Giorgia Concato turns found and observed objects into elements in her mixed media art.
Peduzzi, Concato, Kemper, Holford, and Feinstein (1996) suggested applying N = 10(k/p), where k is the number of covariates and p is the smallest of the proportions of negative or positive cases in the population, to estimate sample size for logistic regression.
It is a good predictor of survival, a key determinant of health care cost as well as a factor in decisions about medical procedures, for example, the use of feeding tubes or cardiopulmonary resuscitation (Fried, Towle, & Allore, 2002; Gillick, 2000; Carey, Lindquist & Covinsky, 2004; Inouye, Robison, Hughes, Horwitz & Concato, J.
Concato, "Readmission and death after hospitalization for acute ischemic stroke--5-year follow-up in the medicare population," Stroke, vol.