Evaluation and re-evaluation

William Edridge


Recommended treatments for a variety of problems are introduced with good intentions after evaluation, and sometimes, after unimagined complications or complications of unimagined extent, later withdrawn. All treatments must be re-evaluated to assess whether their efficacy and safety can be sustained, or whether complications or failure will reach the levels at which modifications or alternative therapies will be explored.

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Treatments; Evaluation; Re-evaluation; Complications; Efficacy

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South African Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2014;20(2):42. DOI:10.7196/sajog.917

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Date submitted: 2014-08-06
Date published: 2014-08-13

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