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Basic Research for Clinicians

Basic Research for Clinicians

Volume 3, Oct 2014

Padam Singh, PhD, Gurgaon, India

In randomized clinical trials the researcher is interested in not just testing difference in treatment outcome of new drug and a standard drug as control but wants to know whether the difference is of clinical relevance. This article outlines the method for framing the null and alternate hypotheses for testing the clinically relevant effects. The method is explained through illustrations. 

Volume 3, Number 4, Pages: 147-150

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