Missing ambulatory samples [RSABE / ABEL]

posted by M.tareq  – 2020-04-09 18:54 (967 d 05:50 ago) – Posting: # 21328
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❝ Well, that’s extreme. Did I really give such an example somewhere?


Think it was mentioned here: https://bebac.at/lectures/Leuven2013WS1.pdf#page=37

not specifically AUC0-12 vs AUC0-72, but AUC with with different time points

❝ Up to you. As long as you describe the procedure unambiguously in the SAP (which has to be accepted by the agency), fine. That’s my standard procedure for ages. No guideline is that specific.


Guess CRO should have accounted for COVID-19 impact on missingness of ambulatory samples :-D

But as always thanks alot for your prompt reply!

Stay safe and well!

Mahmoud

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