Pros of intention to treat analysis: reduces confounding due to non-random drop out or non-compliance with the intervention studied; more pragmatic for answering real world questions because it is the effect of offering the treatment that is analysed as opposed to the effect of taking it Cons of intention to treat analysis: reduces statistical power and may thus fail to demonstrate a real.
Intent-to-treat analysis aims to estimate the effect of treatment as offered, or as assigned. This analysis entails comparisons of randomized groups and outcome data for all randomized participants regardless of their status regarding non-adherence to assigned treatment protocols and missed assessment encounters. “The first to be addressed is the analytic approach under the ITT principle.
Three post hoc analyses were performed: (1) an as-treated analysis to address a protocol violation in the cardiovascular ICU where 235 patients bathed with the incorrect cloths were analyzed according to the bathing treatment they received rather than the bathing treatment they were assigned, (2) an analysis in which the 658 patients whose hospital stay spanned a crossover event were excluded.
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This estimate included all participants assigned to take daily PrEP, regardless of actual use. An as-treated analysis, restricting to those participants taking PrEP recently based on self-reported PrEP use in last 30 days, found the risk of HIV acquisition was reduced by 78%. This, however, was based on self-report and not an objective measure.
Several studies only included substance users who stayed for a substantial period in the TC or who completed treatment but made no intent-to-treat analysis of everyone who started TC treatment (cf. Table 1). Finally, this is a narrative review of controlled studies that does not allow to weigh the findings from different studies or to estimate effect sizes. A meta-analysis was not possible at.
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