NNT


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NNT

Abbreviation for:
new national target 
number needed to treat
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According WHO estimate about 49000 newborn children died due to NNT during the year 2013, most of them in rural areas of developing countries where majority of the deliveries are conducted at home in the absence of trained birth attendants using unhygienic practices and without aseptic cord care.
In fact, they refer to themselves as the NNT Group.
The NNT analysis was funded by Merck, and the phase III clinical trials on which the analysis was based were supported by ALK and Merck.
Professor Millard writes: 'The RRR is stable over wide variations in the risk of the population being studied, while the NNT varies widely with risk.
With the addition of NNT to our portfolio, we can now address a niche and price sensitive market which we were previously not able to do.
The equianalgesia assumption for these two combinations is consistent with the NNT value of the former, which ranges between 2.
NNT helps us gauge effect size--or clinical significance.
Such a low NNT makes a compelling case for this treatment approach.
El objetivo del presente trabajo fue aplicar el reporte de las medidas de efecto (RAR, NNT y NNH) en el estimado del riesgo/beneficio de un determinado tratamiento sobre la PTI.
This clinical study also revealed that NEM showed clinically meaningful results from a brief responder analysis, the NNT (Number Needed to Treat), a widely accepted and statistically valid measurement used in clinical practice to determine the effectiveness of a healthcare intervention--in this study the parameter measured was pain reduction.
The exact amount was not disclosed but Odfjell said the transaction valued NNT at some 10 times EBITDA.
NNT is in the process of divesting the remaining 7% stake of 51% stake to comply with its contract that requires it to divest at least 51% of its shares to the government or local partners.