Hyperuricaemic patients significantly developed more hypertensive retinopathy in comparison to normouricaemic patients (* p<0.02; ** chi square test
Chi square test
was used to compare the two groups for significance.
When chi square test
was applied to these ratings it showed the presence of statistical significance with (p=0.001) between the three groups that is Dentists-Orthodontists-Lay persons.
Pelargonium No drug (n p Value sidoittes (n = 30) = 31) Nasal symptoms, n 13 (43) 23 (74) <0.05 (%) (a) Cough, n (%) 17 (56) 28 (90) <0.05 (a) Asthma attack, n (%) 6 (20) 15 (48) <0.05 (a) (a) Chi square test
. Secondary end points
The one-way chi square test
confirms that these results are statistically significant ([chi square] = 80.03, df = 4, [rho] [less than or equal to] .0001).
Barnett suggests using a chi square test
to make this process more objective.
First, to determine the overall effectiveness of the SPS in identifying high risk patients, a one-group chi square test
was employed comparing base line suicidal frequency data with observed numbers of suicidal incidents.
The chi square test
found (.05 level) that those respondents whose clients had lower average income (less than $100,000 per year) more strongly believed that their clients lacked adequate resources to meet these long-term care costs than those respondents with upscale clients (average income greater than $100,000).
The relation between the primary and secondary objectives was studied using the Chi square test
, with the help of Software, SPSS.
In order to determine if the observed differences in performance of activities were statistically significant, the chi square test
of independence was used.
The second section concentrates on experimental design, principles, and procedures including linear models and analysis of variance, method and layout of Completely Randomized Design, the advantages and disadvantages of Randomized Complete Block Design, and the Chi Square Test
As the socio-demographic characteristics of non-respondent caregivers were unknown, characteristics of patients with respondent caregivers and patients with non-respondent caregivers were obtained from the patient's medical record and were analyzed for statistical significance using a Chi Square Test
of Independence (Table 2).