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Iniciativa Mincir para el reporte de estudios observacionales descriptivos: Reporte preliminar
MANTEROLA D,CARLOS; ASTUDILLO D,PAULA;
Revista chilena de cirugía , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-40262011000100006
Abstract: introduction: descriptive observational studies are between 70% and 90% of articles published in scientific journals in the field of surgery and related disciplines, and despite this, there are no instruments to guide writers in the reporting of results, nor help the reviewers with this type of publication. the aim of this study is to design and build a check list to report results with descriptive observational studies. material and methods: two-stage study with qualitative methodology. in the first stage, a proposal was designed by collecting items and domains from an extensive review of the literature. in the second stage, the instrument was built, using reduction of items and domains through an expert's panel of methodologists and editors of biomedical journals, thus applying face and content validity. the panel was composed of 14 experts. results: the items and domains incorporated into the final instrument were those in which was achieved over 85% of agreement among participants (12 of 14). was generated in this way an instrument composed of 19 items, grouped into 4 domains. conclusion: a check list to report results with descriptive observational studies was designed and built.
Iniciativa Mincir para el reporte de estudios observacionales descriptivos: Reporte preliminar Descriptive observational studies
CARLOS MANTEROLA D,PAULA ASTUDILLO D
Revista Chilena de Cirugía , 2011,
Abstract: Introducción: Los estudios observacionales descriptivos constituyen entre el 70%o y 90% de los artículos publicados en las distintas revistas científicas del ámbito de la cirugía y disciplinas afines; y, a pesar de ello, no existen instrumentos para guiar a los escritores en el reporte de resultados, como tampoco ayudar a los revisores con este tipo de publicaciones. El objetivo de este estudio es dise ar y construir un sistema de chequeo para el reporte de resultados con estudios observacionales descriptivos. Material y Método: Estudio bietápico con metodología cualitativa. En una primera etapa, se dise ó una propuesta, mediante la recopilación de ítems y dominios a partir de una extensa revisión de la literatura relacionada. En la segunda, se construyó el instrumento, aplicando reducción de ítems y dominios a través de un panel de expertos en metodología de investigación y revisores de revistas biomédicas, aplicando de este modo validez de fachada y de contenido. El panel estuvo compuesto por 14 expertos. Resultados: Los ítems y dominios incorporados al instrumento final fueron aquellos en los que se logró más de un 85% de acuerdo entre los participantes (12 de 14). Se generó de este modo un instrumento compuesto por 19 ítems, agrupados en 4 dominios. Conclusión: Se dise ó y construyó una herramienta que permite reportar resultados utilizando estudios observacionales descriptivos. Introduction: Descriptive observational studies are between 70% and 90% of articles published in scientific journals in the field of surgery and related disciplines, and despite this, there are no instruments to guide writers in the reporting of results, nor help the reviewers with this type of publication. The aim of this study is to design and build a check list to report results with descriptive observational studies. Material and Methods: Two-stage study with qualitative methodology. In the first stage, a proposal was designed by collecting items and domains from an extensive review of the literature. In the second stage, the instrument was built, using reduction of items and domains through an expert's panel of methodologists and editors of biomedical journals, thus applying face and content validity. The panel was composed of 14 experts. Results: The items and domains incorporated into the final instrument were those in which was achieved over 85% of agreement among participants (12 of 14). Was generated in this way an instrument composed of 19 items, grouped into 4 domains. Conclusion: A check list to report results with descriptive observational studies was designed
What is Published in Human Morphology?: Types of Designs and Levels of Evidence
Suazo Galdames,Iván; Manterola D,Carlos;
International Journal of Morphology , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95022010000200021
Abstract: evidence-based medicine (ebm) employs the best available evidence in a particular time and context to solve specific clinical problems. this method of practicing medicine has been adopted by most of the disciplines involved in medical training; however, morphology appears to remain beyond this paradigm. the first step in evidence-based practice based on morphology is to recognize the types of studies being conducted with regard to morphology, followed by the assessment of the level of evidence that they provide, which is the purpose of this study. we designed a bibliometric study, in which journals in the master journal list of thomson reuters, selected using the keywords "morphology" or "anatomy," available between 2007 and 2008, with access to full text in electronic version, whose languages were english and spanish, and which only considered studies on human morphology, were included. we analyzed a total of 790 articles, of which 93.1% were descriptive, 6.5% were analytical, and 0.4% were experimental design types. according to the stage of the study, most of the articles (94.8%) accounted for prevalence and differential diagnosis studies, concentrating on numerous designs such cross-section, which gave complex evidence (1c). the use of these methodologies for the systematic morphological knowledge allowed us to widen our research to generate clinically useful recommendations or merely a teaching approach based on the systematic morphological knowledge available.
Cómo valorar e interpretar un artículo sobre tratamiento o procedimientos terapéuticos
MANTEROLA D,CARLOS; CORTéS J,MARCELA;
Revista chilena de cirugía , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-40262010000600018
Abstract: independent of the thematic area and design employed, it was verified that between 40% and 60% of published studies in surgical scientific journals are related with treatment or therapeutic procedures (tp). the aim of this manuscript is to present a synthesis of the key elements for proper writing, reading and assessment of articles related with treatment or tp, regardless of disciplinary area which has arisen in the investigation. who writes a manuscript relating to treatment or pt, or who read an article of this type should require at least a clear, accurate and concise objective, on the stage of the research being conducted, the explicit mention of the design used with the respective methodological details inherent in this, and the endorsement and implementation of statistical tools and measures of association, or at least the numbers needed to calculate these values.
Cómo valorar e interpretar un artículo sobre tratamiento o procedimientos terapéuticos How to evaluate and interpret an article about therapy or therapeutic procedures
CARLOS MANTEROLA D,MARCELA CORTéS J
Revista Chilena de Cirugía , 2010,
Abstract: Independiente del área temática y dise o empleado, se ha verificado que entre el 40% y 60% de los estudios publicados en revistas científicas del ámbito quirúrgico corresponden a artículos de tratamiento o procedimientos terapéuticos (PT). El objetivo de este manuscrito es presentar una síntesis de los elementos fundamentales para una correcta escritura, lectura y valoración de este tipo de artículos, independiente del área disciplinaria en la que tenga origen la investigación realizada. Quien escribe un manuscrito relacionado con tratamiento o PT, o quien lee un artículo de este tipo debe exigir al menos un objetivo claro, preciso y conciso respecto del escenario de la investigación que se realizó; la mención explícita del dise o empleado con los respectivos detalles metodológicos inherentes a este; y la mención y ejecución de herramientas estadísticas y medidas de asociación, o al menos los números necesarios para poder calcular estos valores. Independent of the thematic area and design employed, it was verified that between 40% and 60% of published studies in surgical scientific journals are related with treatment or therapeutic procedures (TP). The aim of this manuscript is to present a synthesis of the key elements for proper writing, reading and assessment of articles related with treatment or TP, regardless of disciplinary area which has arisen in the investigation. Who writes a manuscript relating to treatment or PT, or who read an article of this type should require at least a clear, accurate and concise objective, on the stage of the research being conducted, the explicit mention of the design used with the respective methodological details inherent in this, and the endorsement and implementation of statistical tools and measures of association, or at least the numbers needed to calculate these values.
El valor de "p" y la "significación estadística": Aspectos generales y su valor en la práctica clínica Interpretation of medical statistics
CARLOS MANTEROLA D,VIVIANA PINEDA N
Revista Chilena de Cirugía , 2008,
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Cómo interpretar los "Niveles de Evidencia" en los diferentes escenarios clínicos Evidence-based clinical practice, levels of evidence
CARLOS MANTEROLA D,DANIELA ZAVANDO M
Revista Chilena de Cirugía , 2009,
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What is Published in Human Morphology?: Types of Designs and Levels of Evidence Qué se Publica en Morfología Humana?: Tipos de Dise os y Niveles de Evidencia
Iván Suazo Galdames,Carlos Manterola D
International Journal of Morphology , 2010,
Abstract: Evidence-based medicine (EBM) employs the best available evidence in a particular time and context to solve specific clinical problems. This method of practicing medicine has been adopted by most of the disciplines involved in medical training; however, morphology appears to remain beyond this paradigm. The first step in evidence-based practice based on morphology is to recognize the types of studies being conducted with regard to morphology, followed by the assessment of the level of evidence that they provide, which is the purpose of this study. We designed a bibliometric study, in which journals in the Master Journal List of Thomson Reuters, selected using the keywords "Morphology" or "Anatomy," available between 2007 and 2008, with access to full text in electronic version, whose languages were English and Spanish, and which only considered studies on human morphology, were included. We analyzed a total of 790 articles, of which 93.1% were descriptive, 6.5% were analytical, and 0.4% were experimental design types. According to the stage of the study, most of the articles (94.8%) accounted for prevalence and differential diagnosis studies, concentrating on numerous designs such cross-section, which gave complex evidence (1c). The use of these methodologies for the systematic morphological knowledge allowed us to widen our research to generate clinically useful recommendations or merely a teaching approach based on the systematic morphological knowledge available. La medicina basada en evidencia (MBE), es la utilización de la mejor evidencia disponible en un momento y contexto determinado para la solución de problemas clínicos específicos, esta forma de practicar la medicina ha sido adoptada por la mayor parte de las disciplinas que participan en la formación médica, sin embargo, la morfología pareciera ser que se ha mantenido al margen de este paradigma. Un primer paso para el acercamiento de la morfología a la práctica basada en la evidencia, es reconocer los tipos de estudios que se realizan en morfología, el siguiente será la valoración del nivel de evidencia que ellos aportan, ese es el propósito de este estudio. Se dise ó un estudio bibliométrico, se incluyeron revistas que en el buscador de la Master Journal List de Thomson Reuters respondieron a las palabras de título "Morphology" or "Anatomy", que se encontraban vigentes, con números disponibles los a os 2007 y 2008, con acceso a texto completo en versión electrónica y cuyos idiomas de publicación fueran el inglés y espa ol, sólo se consideraron estudios de morfología humana. Se analizó un to
Cómo interpretar un artículo sobre pruebas diagnósticas Assessment of diagnostic test studies
MARíA EUGENIA BURGOS D,CARLOS MANTEROLA D
Revista Chilena de Cirugía , 2010,
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Revista Chilena de Cirugía: índice de publicación según procedencia de los artículos
VIAL G,MANUEL; MANTEROLA D,CARLOS; PINEDA N,VIVIANA;
Revista chilena de cirugía , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-40262008000100009
Abstract: background: the analysis of author affiliation of published manuscripts allows an assessment of the impact that different universities or hospitals have on a determinate journal. aim: to analyze author affiliation of manuscripts published in revista chilena de cirugía. material and methods: all manuscripts published in the journal between 2002 and 2006, were analyzed. the affiliation of authors, the year of publication and the region of chile in which the manuscript was generated, were recorded. the publication rate, annual average were calculated. the association of authors to specific regional subsidiaries of the chilean society of surgeons was also recorded and the average annual publication rates per regional subsidiary, were calculated. resu/fs; during the study period 545 manuscripts were published, with a mean of 18 manuscripts per issue and 109 per volume. sixty eight percent of manuscripts came from the metropolitan region, 11 % from the eight region and 8 % from the ninth region. in only 65 % of manuscripts, authors had an university affiliation. the higher average annual publication rates were observed in the subsidiaries of the eighth and ninth region, with 2.3 + 0.8 and 1.8 + 0.2 publications per year per 10 members, respectively. conclusions: an important proportion of manuscripts have authors without university affiliation. the higher average annual publication rates come from regional subsidiaries of the chilean society of surgeons
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