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A screening test wished to improve the diagnostic ability to identify Zika-infected fetuses in pregnancy rather than after birth.

2. A screening test wished to improve the diagnostic ability to identify Zika-infected fetuses in pregnancy rather than after birth. A total of 330 pregnant women (carrying one baby each) in Miami were tested. A total of 36 babies had Zika; 24 of whom tested positive. A total of 300 babies tested negative for the virus. What is the sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value, negative predictive value, and accuracy of the test? Please match the measures to their correct answers below.

 

A. 94.5%

B. 33.3%

C. 66.7%

D. 96.0%

E. 98.0%

F. 80.0%

 

1. Sensitivity

2. Specificity

3. Positive Predictive Value

4. Negative Predictive Value

5. Accuracy

6. None of these

 

 

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