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PS allow simultaneous control for confounding by several variables in situations where conventional multivariable models might not be appropriate, owing to the small number of outcomes.
PS, however, are frequently used in settings where the outcome is common; their value in this situation is not yet clear. We sought to review the application of PS in the medical literature and to assess its practical value. Propensity scores Background A propensity score PS can be defined as the probability of exposure to e.
Any two subjects with the same PS can have different values for specific covariates, but overall, covariates entered in the PS model will tend to be balanced for treated and untreated subjects with similar PS.
This balance of covariates can easily be checked and the performance of PS to achieve this goal can be clearly communicated, e. Since PS are estimated using measured data, however, they cannot control for unmeasured or imperfectly measured variables. Therefore, residual systematic bias cannot be excluded.