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US FDA highlights role of Bayesian statistical methods in streamlining device trials

This article was originally published in SRA

Executive Summary

New guidance issued by the US Food and Drug Administration could result in less costly and more efficient patient studies1-3. The document provides recommendations on using Bayesian statistical methods for designing and analysing medical device clinical trials.

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