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Illustrating the development of fair tests of treatments in health care
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The CONSORT Group (1996)
Improving the quality of reporting of randomized controlled trials. The CONSORT Statement. JAMA 276:637-639.
Standards of Reporting Trials Group (1994)
A proposal for structured reporting of randomized controlled trials. JAMA 272:1926-31.
Guyatt GH (1991)
Evidence-Based Medicine. American College of Physicians Journal Club March/April: A-16.
Ad Hoc Working Group for Critical Appraisal of the Medical Literature (1987)
A proposal for more informative abstracts of clinical articles. Annals of Internal Medicine 106:598-604.
Hemminki E (1982)
Quality of clinical trials – a concern of three decades. Methods of Information in Medicine 21:81-85.
Hemminki E (1981)
Quality of reports of clinical trials submitted by the drug industry to the Finnish and Swedish control authorities. European Journal of Clincal Pharmacology 19:157-165.
Chalmers TC, Smith JH, Blackburn B, Silverman B, Schroeder B, Reitman D, Ambroz A (1981)
A method for assessing the quality of a randomized control trial. Controlled Clinical Trials 2: 31-49.
Hill AB (1965)
The reasons for writing. BMJ 2:870.
Waife SO (1959)
Problems of publication. In: Waife SO, Shapiro AP (1959). The clinical evaluation of new drugs. New York: Hoeber-Harper, 213-216.
Daniels M (1951)
Clinical evaluation of chemotherapy in tuberculosis. British Medical Bulletin 7:320-326.
Daniels M (1950)
Scientific appraisement of new drugs in tuberculosis. American Review of Tuberculosis 61:751-756.
Codman EA (1916)
A study in hospital efficiency. Boston: privately printed.
Ephraim A (1893)
Uber die Bedeutung de statistischen Methode für die Medicin [On the relevance of the statistical method for medicine]. Volkmann’s Sammlung Klinische Vortraege N.F. Innere Medicin 24:706-716. Leipzig: Breitkopf and Härtel.
Bennett JH (1865)
The restorative treatment of pneumonia. Edinburgh, AC Black.
Béclard PA (1863)
Rapport général sur les prix décernés en 1862 [General report on the prizes awarded in 1862]. Mémoires de l’Académie Impériale de Médecine XXVI, Paris: Ballière, pp. xxii-xxxv.
Bartlett E (1844)
An essay on the philosophy of medical science. Philadelphia: Lea and Blanchard.
Alcock R (1840-41b)
Lectures on amputations and on the nature, progress and termination of the injuries for which it is required (Lecture 2 of 20). Lancet 1:217-220 and passim up to 2:849—858.
Alcock R (1840-41a)
Lectures on amputations and on the nature, progress and termination of the injuries for which it is required (Lecture 1 of 20). Lancet 1:105-111 and passim up to 2:849—858.
Alcock R (1840)
Observations on injuries of joints and their treatment. Medico - chirurgical Transactions 23: 243-322.
Gavarret LDJ (1840)
Principes généraux de statistique médicale: ou développement des régles qui doivent présider à son emploi [General principles of medical statistics: or the development of rules that must govern their use]. Paris: Bechet jeune & Labé.
Alcock R (1838)
Notes on the medical history and statistics of the British Legion in Spain; comprising the results of gun-shot wounds, in relation to important questions in surgery. London: Churchill, p 8-9, 27, 47, 54, 58-59.
Louis PCA (1835)
Recherches sur les effets de la saignée dans quelques maladies inflammatoires et sur l'action de l'émétique et des vésicatoires dans la pneumonie [Research on the effects of bloodletting in some inflammatory illnesses and on the action of emetics and blistering in pneumonia]. Paris: Librairie de l'Académie royale de médecine.
Poisson, Dulong, Larrey et Double (1835)
Recherches de statistique sur l’affection calculeuse, par M. le docteur Civiale. Comptes rendus hebdomadaires des séances de l’Académie de Sciences [Statistical research on (urinary) stone, by M. Dr Civiale]. Paris: Bachelier, 167-177.
Todd TJ (1831)
The book of analysis or a new method of experience whereby the induction of the Novum Organon [of Bacon] is made easy of application to medicine, physiology… London, Murray.
Hawkins FB (1829)
The elements of medical statistics. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green.
Hutchinson AC (1817)
Some further observations on the subject of the proper period for amputating in gun-shot wounds. London: Callow, p16.
MacGrigor J (1816)
Sketch of the medical history of the British armies in the peninsula of Spain and Portugal, during the late campaigns. Medico-chirurgical Transactions 6:381-489.
Mills T (1813)
An essay on the utility of bloodletting in fever Dublin: J.Barlow, for Gilbert and Hodges, London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown.
Blane G (1813)
Observations on the comparative prevalence, mortality, & treatment of different diseases.... Medico-chirurgical Transactions, Vol 4, p 89-141, London.
Black W (1810)
A dissertation on insanity; illustrated with tables and extracted from between two and three thousand cases in Bedlam. London: for the author.
Haslam J (1809)
Observations on madness and melancholy. London: Callow.
Falconer W (1807)
A practical dissertation on the effects of the medicinal effects of the Bath waters. London and Bath: Robinson & Crutwell. 3rd edition Bath: Meyler and London: Robinson, pp 29, 40-41, 50-52, 72-74, 99, 101, 106, 115-116, 117, 124.
Sutton T (1806)
A practical account of remittent fever. London: Robinson, p 16-17.
Haygarth J (1805)
A clinical history of diseases 1. Acute rheumatism. 2. Nodosity of the joints. London: Cadell and Davies.
Currie W (1804)
Medical reports of the effects of water: cold and warm as a remedy in fever and febrile diseases. Vol. 2. London: M’Creery & Cadell.
Haygarth J (1803)
A letter to Dr Percival on the prevention of infections, fevers… Annals of Medicine. Vol II, Lustrum II, 51-78.
Percival T (1803)
Medical ethics or, a code of institutes and precepts adapted to the professional conduct of physicians and surgeons. Manchester: S Russell for J Johnson.
McGrigor J (1801)
Account of diseases of the 88th Regiment, during their passage to India, and at Bombay, from December 1798 till June 1800. Annals of Medicine, Vol I Lustrum II, 1:353-369.
Rollo J (1801)
A short account of the Royal Artillery Hospital at Woolwich. London: Mawman.
Millar J (1798)
Observations on the conduct of the war. An appeal to the people of Great Britain. London: for the author.
Millar J (1798)
Observations on the management of diseases in the Army and Navy in reply to Dr. Monroe. London: for the Author.
Gordon A (1795)
A treatise on the epidemic puerperal fever of Aberdeen. In: Churchill F, ed (1849). Essays on the puerperal fever and other diseases selected from the writings of British authors previous to the close of the eighteenth century. London: Sydenham Society, p 445-500.
Rowley W (1793)
The causes of a great number of deaths amongst adults and children. 2nd edn. London: Newbery.
Robertson R (1790)
Essay on fever. London: printed for the author.
Robertson R (1789)
Observations on jail, hospital, or ship fever. New ed. London: for the Author.
Black W (1789)
An arithmetical and medical analysis of the diseases and mortality of the human species. London: J Johnson.
Blane G (1789)
Observations on the diseases incident to seamen. 2nd edition. London: Cooper.
Black W (1788)
A comparative view of the mortality of the human species at all ages. London: Dilly, pp 35-38.
Alanson E (1782)
Practical observations on amputation, and the after-treatment, 2nd edn. London: Joseph Johnson.
Rollo J (1781)
Observations on the diseases which appeared in the Army on St Lucia…, Barbados. Orderson for the author.
Home F (1780)
Clinical experiments, histories and dissections. Edinburgh: Creech; London: Murray.
Clark J (1780)
Observations on fevers, especially of the continued type. London: T Cadell.
Millar J (1779)
Observations on the management of the prevailing diseases particularly in the Army and Navy. London, for the author.
Lettsom JC (1775)
On the improvement of medicine in London on the basis of public good. London: Phillips.
Lettsom JC (1774)
Medical memoirs of the General Dispensary in London. London: for the Author.
Charleton R (1770)
An inquiry into the efficacy of warm bathing in palsies. Oxford: Clarendon.
Millar J (1770)
Observations on the prevailing diseases in Great Britain. London: Cadell.
White C (1770)
Cases in surgery. London: Johnson., p vi, viii.
Watson W (1768)
An account of a series of experiments, instituted with a view of ascertaining the most successful method of inoculating the smallpox. London: J Nourse.
Bilguer JU (1764)
A dissertation on the inutility of the amputation of limbs. London: Baldwin, Becket and de Hondt.
Hillary W (1761)
An inquiry into the means of improving medical knowledge. London: Hitch and Hawes.
Franklin B (1759)
Some account on the success of inoculation for the small-pox in England and America. London: W Strahan.
de la Condamine C-M (1754)
Mémoire sur l'inoculation de la petite vérole. Lu a l'assemblée publique de l'Académie royale des sciences, le mercredi 24 avril 1754. Paris: Durand.
Monro A (1752)
Remarks on the amputations of the larger extremities. In: Medical essays and observations. Edinburgh: Hamilton, Balfour, Neill.
Cheselden W (1740)
The anatomy of the human body. 5th edition. London: William Bowyer.
Monro A (1737)
Remarks on the amputations of the larger extremities. In: Medical essays and observations. Edinburgh: T & W Ruddimans, pp 321-347.
Clifton F (1732)
The state of physick, ancient and modern, briefly considered: with a plan for the improvement of it. London printed by W Bowyer, for John Nourse without Temple-Bar.
Cassem Algaida Aga (1729)
Paper relating to the inoculation of the small-pox, as it is practised in the Kingdoms of Tripoli, Tunis, and Algier. In: Scheuchzer JG. An account of the success of inoculating the small-pox in Great Britain, for the years 1727 and 1728. London: J. Peele, pp 61-63.
Scheuchzer JG (1729)
An account of the success of inoculating the small-pox in Great Britain, for the years 1727 and 1728: With a comparison between the mortality of the natural small-pox, and the miscarriages in that practice; as also some general remarks on its progress. London: J.Peele.
Boylston Z (1726)
Historical account of the small-pox inoculated in New-England, upon all sorts of persons, whites, blacks, and of all ages and constitutions. London: Printed for S. Chandler.
Jurin J (1724)
A letter to the learned Dr. Caleb Cotesworth, F. R. S. of the College of Physicians, London, and physician to St. Thomas's Hospital; containing a comparison between the danger of the natural small pox, and that given by inoculation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (1722 - 1723), 32:213-227.
Nettleton T (1722)
Part of a letter from Dr. Nettleton, physician at Halifax, to Dr. Jurin, R. S. Sec concerning the inoculation of the small pox, and the mortality of that distemper in the natural way. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (1722-1723) 32:209-212.
al-Razi (10th century CE)
Shukuk ala Jalinus. [Doubts about Galen]
Principles of testing
What is a fair test?
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