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(Solution) 12) Suppose we want to compare the length of hospital stay for patients with the same diagnosis at two different hospitals. The results are shown in...


9.12) Suppose we want to compare the length of hospital stay for patients with the same diagnosis at two different hospitals. The results are shown in table 9.8

 

9.8 table-comparison of length of stay in 2 hospitals

 

First hospital 21 10 32 60 8 44 29 5 13 26 33

 

 

Second hospital 86 27 10 68 87 76 125 60 35 73 96 44 238

 

 

Table 9.11

 

See image for table 2.11 chapter 2 page 33 screen shot 7/27/12 1.19.14 PM

 

 

The distribution of white blood cell count is typically positively skewed and assumptions normality are usually not valid.

 

To compare the distribution of white blood cell counts of patients on the medical and surgical services in table 2.11 when normality is not assumed, what test can be used?

 

Perform the test in Problem 9.11 and report a p value.

 


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