Comparing antibiotic treatment for leptospirosis using network meta-analysis: a tutorial

@inproceedings{Naing2017ComparingAT,
  title={Comparing antibiotic treatment for leptospirosis using network meta-analysis: a tutorial},
  author={Cho Naing and Simon Reid and Kyan Aung},
  booktitle={BMC infectious diseases},
  year={2017}
}
BackgroundNetwork meta-analysis consists of simultaneous analysis of both direct comparisons of interventions within randomized controlled trials and indirect comparisons across trials based on a common comparator. In this paper, we aimed to characterise the conceptual understanding and the rationale for the use of network meta-analysis in assessing drug efficacy.MethodsWe selected randomized controlled trials, assessing efficacy of antibiotics for the treatment of leptospirosis as a case study… CONTINUE READING
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