1st Edition

Statistical Methodology in the Pharmaceutical Sciences

By D. A. Berry Copyright 1989
    592 Pages
    by CRC Press

    596 Pages
    by CRC Press

    A state-of-the-art handbook of statistical analysis for use in the pharmaceutical industry. Areas covered in this reference/text include: bioavailability, repeated-measures designs, dose-response, population models, multicenter trials, handling dropouts, survival analysis, robust data analysis, cate

    Preface Contributors. 1. Basic Principles in Designing and Analyzing Clinical Studies. 2. Bioavailability: Designs and Analysis. 3. Analysis of Repeated-Measures Designs. 4. Dose-Response: Relating Doses and Plasma Levels to Efficacy and Adverse Experiences. 5. Population Models. 6. Linear and Nonlinear Regression. 7. Design and Analysis of Multicenter Trials. 8. Crossover Versus Parallel Designs. 9. Handling Dropouts and Related Issues. 10. Group Sequential Methods in Clinical Trials. 11. Survival Analysis. 12. Robust Data Analysis. 13. Categorical Data Analysis. 14. Causality Assessment for Adverse Drug Reactions. 15. Bayesian Metaanalysis. 16. Inferential Problems in Postmarketing Surveillance. Index


    Berry, D. A.