Parameters | Clinical | Multiplier of Abnormal Low Lab Test at Baseline

Multiplier of Abnormal Low Lab Test at Baseline
Use this option to specify a multiplier factor to be used for determining which subjects fall in the abnormally high lab test subgroup.
This factor is multiplied by the upper limits of reference range values in LBSTNRLO and the resulting products are used as the cutoffs. All subjects with corresponding baseline lab test results lower than the cutoffs are then included in hazard ratio analysis.
To Specify the Number by Which to Multiply the Baseline Low Lab Test Values:
Tip: To change the scale of the slider, right-click on the slider and select Rescale Slider from the pop-up menu. Change the upper or lower boundaries in the window that appears, to rescale the slider and click OK.