Six pair-wise comparisons at day 28 and day 63.

<p>OR (circles), 95% CI (horizontal bars), and non-inferiority limit (vertical bars) for each pair-wise analysis for PCR-unadjusted (left panel) and -adjusted (right panel) ACPR at days 28 (filled circles) and 63 (open circles) (ITT population). An OR and 95% CI<1 indicate a significantly higher efficacy of the second versus the first treatment of the pair-wise comparison. The non-inferiority limits (day 28 only) correspond to a 10% difference in efficacy, recalculated to an OR scale. Non-inferiority is established if the 95% CI lies completely above the non-inferiority limit.</p>




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