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  • Help: OS, HR and CI 95%

    Good morning guys, I need some clarification about overall survival, hazard ratio and C.I.95%.
    I would like to do a meta-analysis comparing the upper and lower CI of OS or HR of several studies, the issue is that for all the correlated studies that I found, they report the OS or HR and the p value (naturally I don't have the entire data set).
    So my questions are:
    1. Could I calculate OS from HR (and the opposite)?
    2. Could I calculate the C.I. 95%, if I have only OS/HR and the total of the predictors?
    In order to be more clear, here is an example for the question #1:
    -CI 95%=76,7-90,2;
    Example for question #2:
    Thanks for the help.

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