Additional Group in Bioequivalence Study [Study Per­for­mance]

posted by PVRC – India, 2021-05-06 12:22 (256 d 14:46 ago) – Posting: # 22337
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» I am assuming you meant you had intended one group, but now have two. In your post your mentioned "instead of four groups" which did not compute for me if we talk dosing groups. But perhaps I got you wrong?

Hi Elmaestro,

thank you for the reply,

What i mean is 36 subjects were divided in to four groups for the study. However an additional group was added due to that the study not completed in four groups. I assume that this will not have an effect on the study? But would like to understand what is actually the group effect?

thanks in advance....

PVRC

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