Application of survival analysis techniques to evaluation of factors affecting compliance in a clinical trial of hypertension control

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Abstract

  • Survival analysis techniques including follow-up life tables and regression methods that utilize concomitant information are shown to be applicable to the analysis of medical follow-up study dropout data. These techniques have been applied to data from the Hypertension Detection and Follow-up Program in order to gain knowledge about factors associated with a study participant's tendency to either remain active in the Program or drop out. © 1980 Elsevier North Holland, Inc.
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  • Smith EO; Hardy RJ; Cutter GR; Curb JD; Hawkins CM
  • Start Page

  • 59
  • End Page

  • 69
  • Volume

  • 1
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  • 1