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Herramientas de Stata para resolver retos analíticos frecuentes en la evaluación de pruebas de tamizaje

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  • Eduardo Ortiz-Panozo

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Las pruebas de tamizaje se usan ampliamente en salud pública para identificar fases tempranas de enfermedad. Generalmente los resultados del tamizaje se categorizan como positivo o negativo, y es común que sólo se evalúe el resultado positivo, lo cual puede ocasionar el denominado sesgo de verificación. Además es frecuente que a un mismo individuo se le aplique más de una prueba de tamizaje en un mismo estudio, lo cual origina correlación entre observaciones.

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  • Eduardo Ortiz-Panozo, 2013. "Herramientas de Stata para resolver retos analíticos frecuentes en la evaluación de pruebas de tamizaje," Mexican Stata Users' Group Meetings 2013 05, Stata Users Group.
  • Handle: RePEc:boc:msug13:05
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