Ranstam Review DataBase (RR.db)

References in category "baseline"

  1. Assmann SF, Pocock SJ, Enos LE, Kasten LE. Subgroup analysis and other (mis)uses of baseline data in clinical trials. Lancet 2000;355:1064-1069. [PubMed] [Google]

  2. Bhandari M, Deveraux PJ, Li P, Mah D, Lim K, Schünemann HJ, Tornetta P. Misuse of baseline comparison tests and subgroup analyses in surgical trials. Clin Orthop Res 2006;447:247-251. [PubMed] [Google]

  3. Bland JM, Altman DG. Comparisons against baseline within randomised groups are often used and can be highly misleading. Trials 2011, 12:264. [PubMed] [Google]

  4. Harvey LA. Statistical testing for baseline differences between randomised groups is not meaningful. Spinal Cord 2018;56:919. [PubMed] [Google]

  5. Knol MJ, Groenwold RHH, Grobbee DE. P-values in baseline tables of randomised controlled trials are inappropriate but still common in high impact journals. Eur J Prev Cardiol 2012;19:231-232. [PubMed] [Google]

  6. Roberts C, Torgerson DJ. Understanding controlled trials: baseline imbalance in randomised controlled trials. Br Med J 1999;319:185. [PubMed] [Google]

  7. Senn S. Testing for baseline balance in clinical trials. Stat Med 1994;13:1715–26. [PubMed] [Google]


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