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Factorial Designs


In this section we will describe the completely randomized factorial design. This design is commonly used when there are two or more factors of interest. Recall, in particular, the difference between an observational study and a designed experiment. Observational studies involve simply observing characteristics and taking measurements, as in a sample survey. A designed experiment […]

Some Critical Notices Should Knowing When Using Warfarin


PT/INR and Anticoagulation Status For the vast majority of patients        , monitoring is done using the prothrombin time with international normalized ratio (PT/INR), which reflects the degree of anticoagulation due to depletion of vitamin K-dependent coagulation. However, attention must be paid that the PT/INR in a patient on warfarin may note reflect the total anticoagulation status […]