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By Graziano Aretusi, Lara Fontanella (auth.), Pietro Mantovan, Piercesare Secchi (eds.)

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The results of these pilot studies indicated that a structured and efficient network of transport (118) and hospitals makes the difference in achieving best clinical results. This has driven the Lombardia region to design a wider plan, starting from the MOMI2 experience, in order to construct an archive concerning patients with ACS and involving all the cardiology divisions of hospitals in Lombardia. The innovative idea in this project is not only to guarantee the same procedures to such an extended and intensive care area, but also to integrate data collected during this observational study with administrative databases (Public Health Databases – PHD) arising from standardised and on-going procedures of data collection; up to now these PHD have been used only for monitoring and managing territorial policies.

As commonly done, we impose E(log(Vi j )) = 0 for each i and j , provided hyperparameters are such that it exists. 577 is the Euler constant and ψ(·) is the digamma function. We fixed several quadruplets of hyperparameters, with c/d = 1, representing the prior expected Bayesian semiparametric mixed-effects modelling 19 value of the shape parameter ϑ2 , whereas (a, b) is selected to have E(log(Vi j )) = 0 when it is finite. 044, c = d = 2 so that only the first moment of log Vi j is finite. In Table 1 we report point and interval estimates of the quantiles of the predictive distributions under our mixture model and compare them to those in the parametric Bayesian mixed-effects model in Le´on et al.

Secchi, P. ): Complex Data Modeling and Computationally Intensive Statistical Methods © Springer-Verlag Italia 2010 42 P. Barbieri et al. 6) have supported best clinical practice which states that an early pre-alarm of the Emergency Room (ER) is an essential step to improve the clinical treatment of patients. Pre-hospital and in-hospital times have been highlighted as fundamental factors we can act on to reduce the in-hospital mortality and to increase the rate of effective reperfusion treatments of infarcted related arteries.

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