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Need # of grafts, strip/fue/bht, and # of months in subject line

I am compiling all the patient statistics right now.

Just a reminder. VERY IMPORTANT !!

When posting results, be sure to include the following info in the subject line of your first post.

  1. of grafts

  2. Strip, FUE, BHT or repair
    #) # of months post op.

All cases that do not contain the above info in the SUBJECT line of the thread’s FIRST post will NOT be included in the final statistics.

I would like to accommodate everyone who uploads patient results. But due to the sheer volume of uploads every month, there is no way I can account for each and every single result if you do NOT follow the above instructions.

Thank you.

» I am compiling all the patient statistics right now.
»
» Just a reminder. VERY IMPORTANT !!
»
» When posting results, be sure to include the following info in the subject
» line of your first post.
»
» 1) # of grafts
» 2) Strip, FUE, BHT or repair
» #) # of months post op.
»
» All cases that do not contain the above info in the SUBJECT line of the
» thread’s FIRST post will NOT be included in the
» final statistics.
»
» I would like to accommodate everyone who uploads patient results. But due
» to the sheer volume of uploads every month, there is no way I can account
» for each and every single result if you do NOT follow the above
» instructions.
»
» Thank you.

This is a smart move on your part. I totally subscribe to this initiative.

What you did was great but the problem is that you don’t update the stats often enough. I don’t want to read data that are a year old, it’s not helping anyone. BTW, where is the link to the stats anyway? You don’t even put it where people can see, waste of efforts.

» What you did was great but the problem is that you don’t update the stats
» often enough. I don’t want to read data that are a year old, it’s not
» helping anyone. BTW, where is the link to the stats anyway? You don’t even
» put it where people can see, waste of efforts.

Believe me, it is very time consuming updating the patient statistics.

I now have all the statistics through Dec 31, 2007. This is like a wrap for year 2007 showing the standings of all the doctors/clinics who have published their results in the forum.

I will try to update the statistics more frequently, eg: quarterly or semi-annually.

Last but not least, as a reminder, every doctor or clinic is welcome to post their results in the forum. You get 1 credit each time a patient result is posted.

» » What you did was great but the problem is that you don’t update the
» stats
» » often enough. I don’t want to read data that are a year old, it’s not
» » helping anyone. BTW, where is the link to the stats anyway? You don’t
» even
» » put it where people can see, waste of efforts.
»
» Believe me, it is very time consuming updating the patient statistics.
»
» I now have all the statistics through Dec 31, 2007. This is like a wrap
» for year 2007 showing the standings of all the doctors/clinics who have
» published their results in the forum.
»
» I will try to update the statistics more frequently, eg: quarterly or
» semi-annually.
»
» Last but not least, as a reminder, every doctor or clinic is welcome to
» post their results in the forum. You get 1 credit each time a patient
» result is posted.

Wasnt this already a post.

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