One hundred sixteen RCTs with statistically
nonsignificant findings for the primary end points were included in the analysis; 12 studies (10 percent) reported industry funding.
Starting from the fifth minute after injection, the values were statistically
lower in both the groups.
Duration of mechanical ventilation (MV) and haemogram result did not have a statistically
significant relationship with GCS, RTS, AIS, ISS, TS and TRISS (p>0.05).
significant difference (p < 0.05) between the mean preoperative and postoperative ABG was found in both groups.
In Section 2, we first establish a useful characterization of statistically
e-uniform convergence, which is a statistical analogue of an equivalent definition of e-uniform convergence.
Treatment with VK2809 resulted in statistically
significant reductions in liver triglycerides, liver cholesterol, total lipids and NAS, as well as in several key measures of fibrotic activity, including total liver fibrosis, type I collagen and hydroxyproline.
The rivaroxaban-monotherapy arm failed to show any statistically
significant benefits, compared with the aspirin-monotherapy control group.
The dual regimen also produced a statistically
significant 46% relative risk reduction in major adverse limb events and a significant 70% relative reduction in the incidence of major lower-extremity amputations, reported Dr.
In 2015, the median earnings of women who worked full time, year-round ($40,742) was 80 percent of that for men working full time, year-round ($51,212)--not statistically
different from the 2014 ratio.
Published studies make statistically
significant findings look unduly strong, he says.
* For Chlamydia trachomatis, the self-collected penile swab showed a sensitivity of 96.8% and specificity of 98.8%, with no statistically
significant difference from urethral swabs (P = .625).
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