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2020-06-01 20:24
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 TDDS non-inferiority analysis [Software]

Hi everyone! :-)

During a Phase I bioequivalence trial of a TDDS, we recorded the adhesion of the patches (T and R), at the end of dosing interval, as percentage of area that remains adhered, according to EMA's Guideline.

I ask if anyone could advise me on how to perform a non-inferiority analysis for this data, on Phoenix WinNonlin.

Many thanks in advance!

Sara


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2020-06-14 12:05
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 Phoenix: One-sided tests

Hi Sara,

sorry for not replying earlier.

» […] how to perform a non-inferiority analysis for this data, on Phoenix WinNonlin.

Not directly supported in Phoenix. However, there is a simple workaround. Non-inferiority tests (and non-superiority as well) are one-sided. Perform the BE-analysis as usual in Phoenix (i.e., two-sided for equivalence at α 0.05) and assess whether the lower confidence limit is ≥80.00% of the reference. Ignore the upper limit.

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2020-06-26 23:10
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 Phoenix: One-sided tests

Hi Helmut,

Thank you so much for your answer!

Regarding the fixed and random effects, do you have any recommendation? Should we use all effects fixed as for PK BE analysis; or only Subject and Treatment fixed as when comparing irritation scores?

Thank you once again!

Sara

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 Phoenix: One-sided tests

Hi Sara,

» Regarding the fixed and random effects, do you have any recommendation? Should we use all effects fixed as for PK BE analysis;

Since the PKWP seemingly is obsessed with “all effects fixed”, likely yes. ;-)

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2020-06-29 20:12
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 Phoenix: One-sided tests

Hi Helmut

Thank you very much! :-)

Sara
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