Lund's outlier test [Design Issues]

posted by MGR  – India, 2008-08-05 09:40 (5530 d 08:37 ago) – Posting: # 2147
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Dear Yayati,

Lund's outlier test is used to detect outliers in Pharmacokinetic parameters.

❝ For every data, after calculating PK parameter is it mandetory to run Lund's test or there is any rules?

It is not mandatory, if you want to detect any outliers from the PK data you have to use this test. Rules means after calculating the residuals you have to see the tabulated value and see whether any outlier is present or not.

May be this helps.

Thank you.


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