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Table 68Pharmacological treatment discontinuation due to side effects: findings of the network meta-analysis and of classical pair-wise comparisons versus placebo

DrugNetwork meta-analysis (results for 8 weeks)Classical pair-wise meta-analysis
Probability (Pr) of discontinuation due to side effects (95% credible interval - CrI)Pr that drug is best in averting discontinuation due to side effectsPr that drug is best in averting discontinuation due to side effects (excluding placebo)Hazard ratio (HR) versus placebo (95% CrI)RR versus placebo (95% CI)
Placebo0.058 (0.014, 0.161)0.549
Sertraline0.072 (0.013, 0.237)0.3380.6061.24 (0.60, 2.35)1.10 (0.63, 1.91)
Pregabalin0.086 (0.017, 0.256)0.0620.2231.48 (1.06, 2.01)1.31 (0.99, 1.74)
Escitalopram0.094 (0.018, 0.275)0.0470.1451.62 (1.09, 2.36)1.72 (1.16, 2.53)
Paroxetine0.135 (0.029, 0.381)0.0030.0152.41 (1.72, 3.37)2.50 (1.81, 3.45)
Venlafaxine XL0.142 (0.031, 0.395)0.0010.0082.55 (1.97, 3.32)2.06 (1.59, 2.68)
Duloxetine0.175 (0.037, 0.475)0.0000.0033.26 (2.15, 4.84)3.12 (1.55, 6.31)

From: 8, PHARMACOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL INTERVENTIONS

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