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A Review of Propensity-Score Methods and Their Use in Cardiovascular Research.
Deb S, et al. Can J Cardiol 2016 - Review. PMID 26315351
However, propensity-score methods can be confusing, and the general audience may not fully understand the importance of this technique. The objectives of this review are to describe (1) the fundamentals of propensity score methods, (2) the techniques to assess for propensity-score model adequacy, (3) the 4 major methods for using the propensity score (matching, stratification, covariate adjustment, and inverse probability of treatment weighting [IPTW]) using examples from previously published cardiovascular studies, and (4) the strengths and weaknesses of these 4 techniques. ...
However, propensity-score methods can be confusing, and the general audience may not fully understand the importance of this t …
Propensity score matching: a conceptual review for radiology researchers.
Baek S, et al. Korean J Radiol 2015 - Review. PMID 25741190 Free PMC article.
Propensity score analysis is therefore an increasingly applied statistical method in observational studies. The purpose of this article was to provide a step-by-step nonmathematical conceptual guide to propensity score analysis with particular emphasis on propensity score matching. A software program code used for propensity score matching was also presented....
Propensity score analysis is therefore an increasingly applied statistical method in observational studies. The purpose of thi
The Propensity Score.
Haukoos JS and Lewis RJ. JAMA 2015. PMID 26501539 Free PMC article.
Statistical primer: propensity score matching and its alternatives.
Benedetto U, et al. Eur J Cardiothorac Surg 2018 - Review. PMID 29684154
Propensity score (PS) methods offer certain advantages over more traditional regression methods to control for confounding by indication in observational studies. ...
Propensity score (PS) methods offer certain advantages over more traditional regression methods to control for confounding by
Implications of the Propensity Score Matching Paradox in Pharmacoepidemiology.
Ripollone JE, et al. Am J Epidemiol 2018. PMID 29750409 Free PMC article.
Recent work has demonstrated that propensity score matching may lead to increased covariate imbalance, even with the corresponding decrease in propensity score distance between matched units. ...Thus, propensity score matching does not appear to induce increased covariate imbalance when standard propensity score calipers are applied in these types of pharmacoepidemiologic studies....
Recent work has demonstrated that propensity score matching may lead to increased covariate imbalance, even with the correspon …
Propensity Score Matching: Retrospective Randomization?
Jupiter DC. J Foot Ankle Surg 2017. PMID 28231973
Specifically, we examine matching and introduce and explore a new tool: propensity score matching. This tool allows us to group subjects according to their propensity to be in a particular treatment group and, in so doing, to account for the indication bias....
Specifically, we examine matching and introduce and explore a new tool: propensity score matching. This tool allows us to grou …
[Propensity score: Interests, use and limitations. A practical guide for clinicians].
Moulis G and Lapeyre-Mestre M. Rev Med Interne 2018 - Review. PMID 29514739 French.
Besides, new statistical techniques to improve the propensity score performances are more and more complex, while the build and the use of propensity score require a strict methodology to avoid bias, imprecision and non-reproducibility. ...A reading grid is provided in order to help interpreting studies using propensity scores....
Besides, new statistical techniques to improve the propensity score performances are more and more complex, while the build an …
Propensity Score Methods for Bias Reduction in Observational Studies of Treatment Effect.
Johnson SR, et al. Rheum Dis Clin North Am 2018 - Review. PMID 29622292
The propensity score is a balancing score that can be used to form matched groups, or pairs, that are not systematically different and enable nonbiased comparisons between groups. This article reviews propensity score methods with an illustrative example of the application of propensity score matching in an observational study of an uncommon disease (systemic sclerosis)....
The propensity score is a balancing score that can be used to form matched groups, or pairs, that are not systematicall …
Propensity score analysis with missing data.
Cham H and West SG. Psychol Methods 2016 - Review. PMID 26962757
We review the statistical theory of propensity score analysis and estimation methods for propensity scores with incompletely observed covariates. ...Using an empirical example, the propensity score estimation methods for incompletely observed covariates are illustrated and compared. ...
We review the statistical theory of propensity score analysis and estimation methods for propensity scores with incompl …
Optimal caliper widths for propensity-score matching when estimating differences in means and differences in proportions in observational studies.
Austin PC. Pharm Stat 2011. PMID 20925139 Free PMC article.
Propensity-score matching is increasingly being used to estimate the effects of exposures using observational data. In the most common implementation of propensity-score matching, pairs of treated and untreated subjects are formed whose propensity scores differ by at most a pre-specified amount (the caliper width). ...When estimating differences in means or risk differences, we recommend that researchers match on the logit of the propensity score using calipers of width equal to 0.2 of the standard deviation of the logit of the propensity score. ...
Propensity-score matching is increasingly being used to estimate the effects of exposures using observational data. In the mos
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