Modified Versus Standard Intention-to-Treat Reporting: Are There Differences in Methodological Quality, Sponsorship, and Findings in Randomized Trials? A Cross-Sectional Study
Bonacini, Maria Isabella
Luchetta, Maria Laura
Trials 2011 February 28; 12: 58
Randomized controlled trials (RCTs) that use the modified intention-to-treat (mITT) approach are increasingly being published. Such trials have a preponderance of post-randomization exclusions, industry sponsorship, and favourable findings, and little is known whether in terms of these items mITT trials are different with respect to trials that report a standard intention-to-treat.
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