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Similarly, the higher clustering of negative predictive values compared with positive predictive values would support this tentative conclusion. It should be noted, however, that the prevalence of proteinuria in the populations studied is relatively high, reflecting the fact that the investigators have... show more Similarly,
the higher clustering of negative predictive values compared
with positive predictive values would support this
tentative conclusion. It should be noted, however, that the
prevalence of proteinuria in the populations studied is
relatively high, reflecting the fact that the investigators
have studied those patients in whom there was a high
pre-test probability of proteinuria. The conclusion drawn
from this review, therefore, cannot necessarily be extrapolated
to clinical situations in which there is a significantly
lower prevalence of proteinuria.
Likelihood ratios provide the clearest data on the way
in which the test can be used reliably. A likelihood ratio
10 is considered to be indicative of convincing evidence
of the diagnostic performance of a test in rule-in mode,
whereas a likelihood ratio 0.1 is indicative of convincing
evidence of the diagnostic performance of a test in ruleout
mode (44, 48, 49). Ratios 5 or 0.2 are indicative of
strong evidence. The data in Figs. 5 and 6 indicate that
there is some evidence suggesting that the ratio of protein
to creatinine, in a random urine, will identify those
patients in whom an increase in 24-h protein excretion is
unlikely to be present. Furthermore, the data in Fig. 6
indicate that when all of the data from the studies of
pregnant women thought to be at risk of developing
preeclampsia are accumulated in a stepwise fashion, the
likelihood ratio does not change substantially and that
there thus is no need for additional data. It must be noted
that all of these studies were carried out at fixed thresholds
for the ratio of protein to creatinine in urine. It is
possible that by adjusting the threshold used for the ratio
to lower values, the sensitivity of the test for proteinuria
might be further increased, and the LR(), correspondingly,
reduced to even lower values. Such lower values
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