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Med Decis Making. 1998 Jan-Mar;18(1):37-43.

Meta-analysis of multitreatment studies.

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  • Duke Clinical Research Institute, Durham, North Carolina 27705, USA. hasse002@mc.duke.edu

Abstract

Studies comparing more than two competing therapies are common in several fields, but standard meta-analytic methods can make only pairwise comparisons. The methods proposed in this article, a generalization of current meta-analytic methods, allow for any number of competing therapies and include both fixed- and random-effects models.

PMID:
9456207
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