cohort selection

cohort selection

[′kō‚hȯrt si‚lek·shən]
(evolution)
A type of natural selection due to interactions among groups of similar ages in a population.
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Being a cohort study from a single institution, cohort selection bias cannot be excluded.
We just want to point out that whether the manuscript titles are actually reflecting the author's cohort selection methods in three articles published in October 2008 issue of Anatolian Journal of Cardiology.
org) are using InforSense's ClinicalSense, a Web-based tool for cohort selection and clinical decision support, as well as its translation research solution to support improved disease understanding and patient care in oncology.
Topics include the minimum requirements of an SUR dataset for conducting analyses, cohort selection criteria, and the length of time over which to observe students.
The conclusions were limited by multiple factors: retrospective study design, cohort selection drawn from different hospitals during different time periods, unblinded participant selection, and unblended outcome assessments.