[PRM49] Evaluation of Bivariate Meta-analysis Methods to Synthesise Results of Several Studies with Two Correlated Endpoints

[PRM49] Evaluation of Bivariate Meta-analysis Methods to Synthesise Results of Several Studies with Two Correlated Endpoints

2011 Value in health

Aballea, S. | Vataire, A.L. | Neine, M.E. | Le coroller, G. | Toumi, M. | Volume: 14, Issue: 7, Pages: A429-A430, poster, Meta-analysis, methods,

Clinical studies generally include several endpoints to compare the effects of alternative interventions. Meta-analyses are usually performed on different endpoints separately. We investigated advantages of bivariate meta-analysis models, accounting for the correlation between endpoints, compared to univariate meta-analyses.