Patients Not Always Informed of Study's Purpose in Noninferiority Trials
By Michael Mezher -
Published 23 August 2017
A study published in JAMA Internal Medicine this week finds that patients participating in noninferiority trials for antibiotics are not always accurately informed of the purpose of the study, based on an analysis of informed consent forms.
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Tags: Noninferiority, Superiority, Antibiotics, Clinical Trials, Informed Consent