alog_pcfb: Studies of alogliptin for lowering blood glucose...

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Description

A dataset from a systematic review of Randomised-Controlled Trials (RCTs) comparing different doses of alogliptin with placebo \insertCitelangford2016MBNMAdose. The systematic review was simply performed and was intended to provide data to illustrate a statistical methodology rather than for clinical inference. Alogliptin is a treatment aimed at reducing blood glucose concentration in type II diabetes. The outcome is continuous, and aggregate data responses correspond to the mean change in HbA1c from baseline to follow-up in studies of at least 12 weeks follow-up. The dataset includes 14 Randomised-Controlled Trials (RCTs), comparing 5 different doses of alogliptin with placebo, leading to 6 different treatments (combination of dose and agent) within the network.

A dataset from a systematic review of Randomised-Controlled Trials (RCTs) comparing different biologics for the treatment of psoriasis \insertCitewarren2019MBNMAdose. The systematic review was simply performed and was intended to provide data to illustrate a statistical methodology rather than for clinical inference. Alogliptin is a treatment aimed at reducing blood glucose concentration in type II diabetes. The outcome is continuous, and aggregate data responses correspond to the mean change in HbA1c from baseline to follow-up in studies of at least 12 weeks follow-up. The dataset includes 14 Randomised-Controlled Trials (RCTs), comparing 5 different doses of alogliptin with placebo, leading to 6 different treatments (combination of dose and agent) within the network.

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Format

A data frame in long format (one row per arm and study), with 46 rows and 6 variables:

A data frame in long format (one row per arm and study), with 46 rows and 6 variables:

Details

alog_pcfb is a data frame in long format (one row per arm and study), with the variables studyID, agent, dose, y, se, and N.

alog_pcfb is a data frame in long format (one row per arm and study), with the variables studyID, agent, dose, y, se, and N.

References

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