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manuscript primary and secondary outcome Indian J Psychiatry. 2011 Apr-Jun; 53(2): 172 175

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the main aim(s) of the study and the major hypothesis tested or research question posed. Avoid statement such as we aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of the x /Methods 2 : - sample size, numbers of patients in different groups, doses of medications, and duration of the study. -

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Response rates differed significantly between diabetic and nondiabetic Drop out rate primary outcome ( P values) secondary outcomes ( P values) standard deviation, 95% CI, response and remission rates, effect sizes, Conclusions

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Chi-square = 7.49, df = 1, p < 0.001 paper RCT, Observational Diagnostic Studies Background: Explaining the clinical (or other) importance of the study question.

Objective(s): Including a clear statement of the main aim(s) of the study and the major hypothesis tested or research question posed. Avoid statements such as We aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of X. Design: For example, randomised controlled study, case control study, crossover study, observational study, survey, diagnostic test etc. Setting: Include the level of care e.g. primary, secondary; number of participating centres. Be general rather than give the name of the specific centre, but give the geographical location if this is important. Inc lude the dates of the study period. Patients, other participants (for instance, volunteers) (delete what does not apply): Numbers entering and completing the study, sex, and ethnic group of patients if appropriate. Give clear definitions of how selected, e ntry and exclusion criteria. For animal studies, this information should be included in the Design or Setting section. RCT, Observational Diagnostic Intervention(s): What, how, when and for how long. This Studies heading can

be deleted if there were no interventions but should normally be included for randomised controlled trials, cross over trials, and before and after st udies. Main outcome measures: What was the primary endpoint? What outcome measures were planned in protocol, which were finally measured (if different, explain why)? Results: Main results with (for quantitative studies) 95% confidence intervals and, where appropriate, the exact level of statistical significance. Conclusions: Primary conclusions and their implications, suggest areas for further research if appropriate. Guidance for Authors; European Journal of Anaesthesiology

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