9 per 1,000 person-years in controls, for a highly significant 35 percent relative risk reduction in a fully adjusted multivariate intention to treat
Second, they did not comment in the intention to treat
The Mexican authorities stated their intention to treat
the arrangement as precautionary.
The primary efficacy analysis was conducted on an intention to treat
basis, testing the dose dependent effects of once daily OCA (10mg, 20mg and 40mg) compared with placebo.
The hospital said that it carried out a full investigation into the incident and apologised to the family, adding that it is "always our intention to treat
all deceased patients with the highest levels of dignity and respect".
This is the intention to treat
principle used in clinical trials which reduces the potential for bias associated with exposed subjects who have adverse outcomes and subsequently withdraw from treatment.
But Hodgson has confirmed his intention to treat
the 20-year-old with kid gloves and has already confirmed Wilshere will not start in the new 50,000-capacity Friends Arena.
The ITT (intention to treat
) analysis detects 13 failures in the control group (eight lost to follow up + five thrombotic events) of 105 subjects (12.4%) vs.
The non-inferiority of the fixed-dose regimen was shown in the per protocol analysis and a post hoc modified intention to treat
analysis, but not in the prespecified modified intention to treat
analysis, where 83.3% (570/684) of patients had a favourable outcome (negative culture result at 18 months) in the fixed-dose group compared with 84.8% (563/664) in the separate drugs group (risk difference -1.5%, 90% CI: 4.7 - 1.8%).
In the intention to treat
analysis, there were 39,601 pregnancies and 138 pregnancy-related deaths in the vitamin A supplementation group (348 deaths per 100,000 pregnancies) compared with 39,234 pregnancies and 148 pregnancy-related deaths in the placebo group (377 per 100,000 pregnancies), (adjusted odds ratio 0.92, p=0.51).
"There is no intention to treat
residents of the west Bank who are