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Fig. 5 | BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making

Fig. 5

From: Discrepancies in decision making preferences between parents and surgeons in pediatric surgery

Fig. 5

CPS scores for parents (a) and surgeons (b) for complex as compared to non-complex operations, emergent as compared to non-emergent operations, cancer as compared to non-cancer operations, and operations performed on babies as compared to children. Higher CPS scores suggest a preference for more surgeon guidance, while lower CPS scores suggest a preference for parent autonomy in decision-making

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