Unformatted text preview: Positive Predictive Value, Negative Predictive Value. 3) If BCD is widely deployed clinically and used on 1 million randomly-selected patients, of whom 7,000 actually have BC, a) How many would you expect BCD to incorrectly indicate have BC? b) How many would you expect BCD to correctly indicate have BC? c) How many would you expect BCD to incorrectly indicate do not have BC? d) How many would you expect BCD to correctly indicate do not have BC? 4) Comment on the utility of BCD. Given its performance, how might it be ethically used? Consider the viewpoints of the patient, the clinician, the insurer, and the manufacturer. (Note: The numbers I’m using in this problem are not based on the actual incidence of breast cancer in the US.)...
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- Fall '10
- Biomedical Engineering, BCD, Positive predictive value, Negative predictive value, HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT ASSIGNED