Within-subject differences | definition of within-subject differences by Medical dictionary
within-subject differences A term referring to the variability of a person’s responses to a drug over time, which can be assessed with a crossover trial, where variability is used to assess treatment differences.
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Repeated measures (RM) general linear model (GLM) tests were completed to determine if there were statistically significant within-subject differences
between pre- and post 6 MW distances (6MWD) or between each of the six minutes of exercise for SPO2%, HR, RPE, and SOB.
One recent study in normal subjects reported considerable short-term within-subject differences
in IGF-I and indicated the need for caution in the use of risk ratios based on single measurements in the clinical setting (17).