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The evidence was therefore insufficient to support the use of one treatment over the other for these outcomes order extra super avana 260 mg mastercard. This trial was rated poor quality due to noncomparable groups at baseline and inappropriate analysis of results (unadjusted for baseline group differences) cheap 260mg extra super avana visa. The evidence was therefore insufficient to support the use of one treatment over the other for this outcome. Eye Symptoms 115, 117, 118 Five of nine trials (N=2128 of 2473 patients) assessed eye symptoms at 2 weeks. A meta-analysis of three of these trials (N=1697; 80 percent of patients reporting this outcome) yielded a statistically nonsignificant pooled effect estimate of 0. The fourth good 117 quality trial (n=305; 14 percent of patients reporting this outcome) showed a treatment effect 118 of 0. The fifth trial (n=130; 7 percent of patients reporting this outcome) showed a statistically nonsignificant treatment effect of 0. Treatment effects consistently favored nasal antihistamine in 94 percent of patients reporting this outcome, and statistical heterogeneity of a meta-analysis of 80 percent of patients was low. The other 117 trial (14 percent of patients reporting this outcome) showed a treatment effect of 0. The body of evidence to support a conclusion of equivalence of intranasal corticosteroid and nasal antihistamine for this outcome was therefore considered precise. Both were good quality trials, and both observed statistically nonsignificant treatment effects in favor of intranasal corticosteroid (0. Evidence was therefore insufficient to support the use of one treatment over the other for this outcome. This result is consistent 117, 121 with the treatment effects reported in two trials described above. Because the published meta-analysis lacked details about the how the analysis was conducted, this result could not be replicated and was not included in the formal evidence assessment. Congestion at 2 weeks: meta-analysis of 4 trials–intranasal corticosteroid versus nasal antihistamine Figure 11. Sneezing at 2 weeks: meta-analysis of 4 trials–intranasal corticosteroid versus nasal antihistamine Figure 13. Nasal itch at 2 weeks: meta-analysis of 4 trials–intranasal corticosteroid versus nasal antihistamine 87 Figure 14. Total nasal symptom score at 2 weeks: meta-analysis of 5 trials–intranasal corticosteroid versus nasal antihistamine Table 32. Total ocular symptom score at 2 weeks: meta-analysis of 4 trials–intranasal corticosteroid versus nasal antihistamine Table 33. Two trials were double-blinded, one was 125 122-124 open-label, and one had inadequate patient blinding. One 125 trial conducted in North America did not report if it was a single center or multicenter trial. Cromolyn (disodium cromoglycate) was 122 124 123 compared with budesonide, mometasone, and fluticasone propionate in three separate 125 122, 124, 125 trials, and to both flunisolide and beclomethasone in one trial. Three trials were 123 industry funded and one did not identify its funding source. Trial participants tended to be young adults with mean ages ranging from 29 to 36 years. For two trials, the identified outcome of interest was the 124 mean change from baseline symptom scores. In Lange (2005), the outcome of interest was the 124 difference between post-treatment scores at 4 weeks. Lange (2005) also reported mean post- treatment eye symptom scores but did not define which eye symptoms were assessed and reported only the statistical significance of treatment effects, not their magnitude. Reasons included noncomparable groups at 122, 123 124, 125 baseline, lack of blinding, and inappropriate analysis of results (unadjusted for 123 baseline group differences ).