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Another addition to Jones and Bartlett's new Series: Contemporary Issues in Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Medicine Clinical Prediction Rules: A Physical Therapy Reference Manual, is intended to be used for multiple musculoskeletal courses. It includes musculoskeletal clinical prediction rules organized by region, thus allowing for its repeated use during the upper and lower quarter as well as in the studentsrs" spine coursework. Additionally this manual includes multiple medical screening prediction rules, making it appropriate for differential diagnosis and diagnostic imaging coursework. Perfect for entry-level physical therapy programs, this text is also suitable for post-professional physical therapy programs, especially those that include an orthopaedic residency or manual therapy fellowship program, and as a reference manual for students going out on their clinical rotations. With over 100 full-color photos, illustrations, and tables to demonstrate key exercises and concepts, this user-friendly text is an essential references for students and clinicians alike! Click on Additional Resources to view the Series Introduction Letter. Clinical prediction rules (CPRs) are algorithmic decision tools designed to aid clinicians in determining a diagnosis, prognosis, or likely response to an intervention. They use a parsimonious set of clinical findings from the history, physical examination and diagnostic test results that have been analyzed and found to be statistically meaningful predictors of a condition or outcome of interest. Through the use of CPRrs"s the clinician may be able to more effectively and efficiently treat patients, reduce practice variation and achieve optimal outcome measures.
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