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Development of a decision support tool for primary care management of patients with abnormal liver function tests without clinically apparent liver disease: a record-linkage population cohort study and decision analysis (ALFIE).

Donnan, PT; McLernon, D; Dillon, JF; Ryder, S; Roderick, P; Sullivan, F; Rosenberg, W; (2009) Development of a decision support tool for primary care management of patients with abnormal liver function tests without clinically apparent liver disease: a record-linkage population cohort study and decision analysis (ALFIE). Health Technol Assess , 13 (25) iii - 134. 10.3310/hta13250.

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Abstract

To determine the natural history of abnormalities in liver function tests (LFTs), derive predictive algorithms for liver disease and identify the most cost-effective strategies for further investigation.

Type:Article
Title:Development of a decision support tool for primary care management of patients with abnormal liver function tests without clinically apparent liver disease: a record-linkage population cohort study and decision analysis (ALFIE).
Location:England
DOI:10.3310/hta13250
Language:English
Keywords:Adolescent, Adult, Aged, Cohort Studies, Decision Support Systems, Clinical, Decision Support Techniques, Female, Humans, Liver, Liver Diseases, Liver Function Tests, Male, Medical Record Linkage, Middle Aged, Primary Health Care, Retrospective Studies, Scotland, Young Adult

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