85% of patients were assessed for stroke based on clinical judgment
while 3% of patients were risk stratified for stroke using the CHA2DS2 VASC, and also, in the great majority of the NVAF patients, i.e., 96%, bleeding risk was assessed using clinical judgment
fewer than 5%.
Critical thinking and Clinical Judgment
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However, little evidence exists about whether scores are influenced by factors that are not relevant to the demonstration of clinical judgment
, such as simulation participants' racial/ethnic backgrounds.
The new depression screening recommendation from USPSTF updates the 2009 recommendation, which recommended universal screening if "staff-assisted depression care supports" were in place, and targeted screening based on clinical judgment
and patient preference if such support were unavailable.
The app is not intended to replace clinical judgment
, she adds.
The questioning of an optometrist's clinical judgment
should be undertaken by an individual of at least equal qualification.
The typical position of biomedical practitioners is to believe that the origins of clinical judgment
are logical and include scientific reasoning.
Packard, MD, a surgeon has announced that although Toric IOLs are being widely accepted, they need careful assessment and complex clinical judgment
"Obstetricians exercising their best clinical judgment
delivered both twins by cesarean section in nearly 40% of the women assigned to planned vaginal delivery, which undoubtedly contributed to the salutary outcomes," he said, noting that the results nonetheless suggest that "a plan to deliver appropriately selected sets of twins vaginally is a reasonably safe choice in skilled hands."
The capacity to recognize early signs of deterioration in a patient's condition would be one feature of safe clinical judgment
(Hardin & Kaplow, 2005).
When we consider mood disorders, John Cade's discovery of lithium is another example of serendipity and a good measure of clinical judgment
involving a handful of patients.
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