IPSRT Evidence Profile

DescriptionStudy IdsQuality of included studiesConsistencyDirectnessOther factorsN treatment groupN controlEffect sizeLikelihood of clinically important effectOverall quality
01 IPSRT/IPSRT vs ICM/ICMFrank1997SIGN: 1++NoneRelevantSparse/imprecise data (−1)2732RR= 0.86 (0.58, 1.27)InconclusiveLow
02 ICM/IPSRT vs IPSRT/ICMFrank1997SIGN: 1++NoneRelevantSparse data (−1)3234RR= 1.37 (1.01, 1.85)Likely (favours acute-phase IPSRT)Low
07 Raw recurrence rates at 2 years - Based on allocation during maintenance phase (IPSRT vs ICM) ITT (maint d/Frank1997SIGN: 1++NoneRelevantSparse/imprecise data (−1)5966RR= 1.12 (0.88, 1.42)InconclusiveLow

From: APPENDIX 23, EVIDENCE PROFILES

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