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As I'm reading, I start getting excited. I've always wanted to garden and I have two little kids who love to play in the dirt. This book is written specifically for me! I'm taking this book out of the trash and going to plant it in the garden now. This is going to be awesome!
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There are numerous studies on changes in laboratory values, but our understanding of how study characteristics, patient characteristics and interactions affect these changes is limited. We estimated the sizes of these effects by using meta-analytic techniques to synthesize data from a heterogeneous set of studies of healthy volunteers. This information may be useful in future studies of how fluctuations in laboratory values are influenced by patient and study characteristics. A systematic review of all published studies in which the change in a laboratory value was the primary or secondary objective and for which the change was compared to a reference value was performed. Extracted data on study and patient characteristics were classified in terms of their effect on changes in the laboratory value. Effect sizes from multiple studies were synthesized using random-effects methods. The synthesized data (n=80) were analyzed in terms of changes in the laboratory value, study characteristics, patient characteristics and study size. The average change in the laboratory value was -3.1% (95% CI -3.3, -2.8%) and was influenced by study size and the proportion of patients included from low-risk patient populations. Differences were observed between studies of different study designs, studies of different statuses or severities of disease 0b46394aab