Table 3Bayesian and frequentist model comparisons for UI pharmacological treatments with outcome continence

Fixed Effects FrequentistFixed Effects Bayes1Fixed Effects Bayes2Random Effects Homogeneous FrequentistRandom Effects Homogeneous Bayes1Random Effects Homogeneous Bayes2Random Effects Heterogeneous Bayes1Random Effects Heterogeneous Bayes2
DIC284.8283.9286.4285.1286.8285.4
Dbar259.7259.7258.2258.3258.6258.5
pD25.124.228.226.828.226.9
NNTLog odds ratio (dk)
darifenacinNANANANANANANANANA
fesoterodine80.547 (0.08)0.549 (0.08)0.564 (0.08)0.547 (0.08)0.562 (0.11)0.573 (0.11)0.564 (0.11)0.572 (0.11)
oxybutynin90.677 (0.16)0.686 (0.16)0.624 (0.16)0.677 (0.16)0.678 (0.17)0.584 (0.18)0.691 (0.18)0.605 (0.19)
propiverine60.664 (0.16)0.675 (0.16)0.699 (0.16)0.664 (0.16)0.650 (0.20)0.702 (0.18)0.674 (0.19)0.686 (0.18)
solifenacin90.597 (0.07)0.597 (0.06)0.596 (0.07)0.597 (0.07)0.580 (0.08)0.582 (0.08)0.585 (0.09)0.575 (0.08)
tolterodine120.338 (0.08)0.341 (0.07)0.356 (0.08)0.338 (0.08)0.362 (0.09)0.368 (0.09)0.360 (0.10)0.361 (0.09)
trospium90.702 (0.10)0.702 (0.10)0.683 (0.10)0.702 (0.10)0.707 (0.11)0.690 (0.11)0.697 (0.11)0.703 (0.10)
σ0.000.080.07
Best12
placebo0.000 (0.00)0.000 (0.00)0.000 (0.00)0.000 (0.00)0.000 (0.00)0.000 (0.00)
darifenacinNANANANANANA
fesoterodine0.083 (0.28)0.141 (0.35)0.152 (0.36)0.214 (0.41)0.167 (0.37)0.184 (0.39)
oxybutynin0.560 (0.50)0.409 (0.49)0.548 (0.50)0.344 (0.47)0.564 (0.50)0.391 (0.49)
propiverine0.523 (0.50)0.614 (0.49)0.471 (0.50)0.615 (0.49)0.503 (0.50)0.583 (0.49)
solifenacin0.177 (0.38)0.203 (0.40)0.173 (0.38)0.175 (0.38)0.152 (0.36)0.161 (0.37)
tolterodine0.000 (0.00)0.000 (0.00)0.002 (0.04)0.002 (0.04)0.002 (0.05)0.002 (0.04)
trospium0.658 (0.47)0.633 (0.48)0.654 (0.48)0.651 (0.48)0.612 (0.49)0.679 (0.47)

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