Methenamine hippurate and non-inferiority studies
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What is methenamine hippurate? Is it as good as prophylactic antibiotics for recurrent UTIs? And most importantly, how come the recent trial could, perfectly legitimately, say it was non-inferior whilst it also looking to the casual observer as being marginally less good? What does non-inferiority mean in clinical trials, and why do people get twitchy about delta values?
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