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The time delay between the index test and reference standard was also an issue in many of these studies. The methodological quality of primary studies remains a significant issue for systematic reviews of diagnostic tests [ 8, ].


Cortical scintigraphy in the evaluation of renal parenchymal changes in children with pyelonephritis. Numbers of quality items fulfilled by studies in the three bacterioscopic of the review.

Echo-enhanced ultrasound voiding cystography in children: A study of the quality of reporting. Excretory urography and cystourethrography in the evaluation of exanen with urinary tract infection.

How does study quality affect the results of a diagnostic meta-analysis?

Summary scores, when used to inform quality-based analyses, may mask important effects of individual quality components [ ]. Conclusion Further work is needed to investigate the influence of methodological quality on the results of diagnostic meta-analyses. Comparative study of semiquantitative methods leukocytes, nitrite test and uricult with urine culture for the diagnosis of urinary tract infection during infancy.

Tests included in the regression analysis number of studies.

For both tests on the diagnosis of and further investigation of UTI weighted analyses showed an association between a number of bacetrioscopico relating to quality of reporting and diagnostic accuracy well reported studies had higher DORs. Urine samples from disposable diapers: However, available studies have generally been poorly designed and reported [ 6 – 8 ].


The statistical basis of meta-analysis. We estimated summary receiver bacherioscopico characteristic SROC curves using the following edamen [ 15 ]:. Careful consideration bacteriosco;ico be given to the choice of weighting when conducting regression analyses. Quantitative pyuria in the diagnosis of urinary infections in children. We would expect both Gram staining and the presence of incorporation bias to increase test performance as found in the analysis.

A secondary objective was to contribute to the evaluation of QUADAS, an evidence-based tool for the assessment of quality in diagnostic accuracy studies. Ultrasound for the detection of reflux, with ultrasound type forced into the model: An evaluation of a culture method plus a nitrite reagent test strip. DMSA studies in infants under one year of age.

A new imaging technique for the diagnosis of vesicoureteral reflux] Anales Espanoles de Pediatria. Screening for vesicoureteral reflux in children using real-time sonography.

Are Newcastle urine collection pads suitable as a means of collecting specimens from infants? Measurement of vesicoureteral reflux with intravenous 99mTc-DTPA compared to radiographic cystography.

A nonculture method for home follow-up of urinary tract infections in childhood. Methods This study was conducted as part of large systematic review of tests used in the diagnosis and further investigation of urinary tract infection UTI in children.

How does study quality affect the results of a diagnostic meta-analysis?

Competing interests The author s declare that they have no competing interests. Can technetiumm-mercaptoacetyltriglycine replace technetiumm-dimercaptosuccinic acid in the exclusion of a focal renal defect?

Diagnostic value of symptoms and clean-voided urine specimen in childhood urinary tract infection. Journal of Family Practice. The DOR is used as a single indicator of test performance and shows how much more frequently a positive test result occurs in a person with the condition of interest than in one without the condition, relative to how much more frequently a negative result occurs in bacterioscopici person without the condition than in one with the condition.


Dipstick screening for urinary tract infection. Use of urinary gram stain for detection of urinary tract infection in infants. Screening for bacterioscopoco in children: Diagnosis of urinary tract infection in children: British Journal of Radiology.

Archives of Disease in Childhood. European Journal of Nuclear Medicine. Appropriate methods for rigorous evaluation of diagnostic technologies have been well established [ 1 – 5 ]. baterioscopico

Nitrite screening for urinary tract infection in a Pediatric Emergency Department. Evaluation of dip inoculum urine culture. Are these two methods comparable? Urinary N-acetyl-beta-glucosaminidase and betamicroglobulin in the diagnosis of urinary tract infection in febrile infants. Canadian Medical Association Journal. Detection of low-grade vesicoureteral reflux in children by color Doppler imaging mode.

The quality of reporting in diagnostic test research: This allowed us to make some distinction between associations of aspects of methodological quality with test performance and associations of completeness of reporting with test performance. Gram stained urine slides in the diagnosis of urinary tract infections in children.

British Journal of Biomedical Science. Renal ultrasound findings and vesicoureteral reflux in children hospitalised with urinary tract infection. Gram stain and contrast-enhanced ultrasound and have no generalisability elsewhere.