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Is the Power Threshold of 0.8 Applicable to Surgical Science?-Empowering the Underpowered Study.

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Summary of "Is the Power Threshold of 0.8 Applicable to Surgical Science?-Empowering the Underpowered Study."

Many articles in the surgical literature were faulted for committing type 2 error, or concluding no difference when the study was "underpowered". However, it is unknown if the current power standard of 0.8 is reasonable in surgical science.

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Name: The Journal of surgical research
ISSN: 1095-8673
Pages: 235-239

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