yogeshla
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2021-01-05 07:01
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 95% upper bound limit as per FDA for fully replicate crossover BE study [RSABE / ABEL]

Hi All,

Can anyone confirm, till what decimal is acceptable for 95% upper bound limit as per FDA criteria?
Suppose 95% UB result is 0.001, is it acceptable to FDA?

Criteria is less than or equal to zero.


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dshah
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2021-01-05 08:06
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 95% upper bound limit as per FDA for fully replicate crossover BE study

Hi Yogeshla!

» Suppose 95% UB result is 0.001, is it acceptable to FDA?

The 95% UB would not be acceptable for 0.001.

Regards,
dshah
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2021-01-05 11:01
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 0.001 > 0

Hi dshah and Yogeshla,

» The 95% UB would not be acceptable for 0.001.

Correct.

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yogeshla
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2021-01-05 12:33
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 0.001 > 0

Thanx !!


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