Example sentences for: intent-to-treat

How can you use “intent-to-treat” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • With an intent-to-treat analysis, one can estimate use-effectiveness, D*, which is the effect of random assignment of treatment on outcome.

  • While pilot studies and uncontrolled (or incomplete) trials in patients with chronic HIV infection have addressed viral and immune outcomes of fixed-length TI and fixed on-drug cycles [11,12,13,14,15,16], no completed randomized, controlled trial has yet addressed by intent-to-treat analysis the outcome during an open-ended TI of sequential TIs versus continuous treatment in patients with confirmed suppression.

  • An intent-to-treat analysis of the time to viral rebound (>5,000 copies/ml) in the open-ended interruption showed no difference between groups (continuous therapy/single TI, median = 4 [1–8] wk, n = 21; repeated TI, median = 5 [4–8] wk, n = 21; p = 0.36).

  • The primary analysis was an intent-to-treat analysis in which dropouts were assigned a week 0 rebound time (e.g.

  • Although the analysis is not by intent-to-treat, it makes use of the randomization to avoid selection bias.


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