secondary analysis


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secondary analysis

the study of a problem by using previously compiled data.
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The risk factors were identified in a new secondary analysis of data from the Heart and Estrogen/Progestin Replacement Study (HERS).
The findings came from a secondary analysis of a randomized, open-label comparison of paroxetine, fluoxetine, and sertraline in 573 patients treated for depression in 37 primary care practices over a 9-month period.
This will involve primary research through a survey of he providers and the academic and non-academic staff they employ, as well as secondary analysis of data from the hesa staff record.
Mack said 16 courts were identified as needing a secondary analysis this year before SCAO determined its final recommendations.
Secondary analysis revealed that both CPM and TroVax independently induced highly beneficial anti-tumour immune responses, resulting in significant survival of end stage colorectal cancer patients, without any major toxicity.
This secondary analysis was limited by the fact that the National Lung Screening Trial "does not have information about smoking cessation or persistence during the trial.
A secondary analysis looking at the individual components of the composite neonatal outcomes showed that progesterone reduced the risk of brain injury and neonatal death, but not bronchopulmonary dysplasia, she said.
However, there is no specific requirement for such community involvement in the secondary analysis of de-identified data, as is the case here.
In this secondary analysis project, directed secondary thematic content analysis was used to delve further into the original theme of parent vigilance (Hsieh & Shannon, 2005).