equipoise


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a stable state characterized by the cancellation of all forces by equal opposing forces

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The results can further be validated by a prospective large sample size study in order to resolve this clinical equipoise.
2] We look at the difference between the two treatments that we observe in the trial and ask ourselves: "What is the probability of observing a difference between the groups as large as the observed one (or larger) under the equipoise (null) hypothesis?
For example in the FIRST trial conducted in Cape Town, deferred consent was permitted because the two resuscitation fluids studied were both already in clinical use, there was equipoise, and the study outcome was considered of sufficient benefit to society to counterpoise potential subject harm.
Unlike the function of Yogacara in his works, we can see that Prasangika functions to deconstruct systematic representation: it is a discourse that accords with meditative equipoise in that it enacts the nonconceptual, where all distinctions, including the distinction between the conventional and the ultimate truth, have collapsed.
Given the clinical equipoise that surrounds the issue, all participants and care providers were blinded to the sleep study results unless a study was identified as an urgent alert study.
These incentives make us more competitive than Miami or Singapore, and we are a lot closer than Singapore," Baco told a group of potential tax decree recipients who are clients of the Equipoise International Fund, which provides residential & commercial mortgage loans throughout the U.
Selig engineered a new equipoise that would encourage the teams' competitive strivings while enhancing the essence of a sports league-competitive balance, wherein every well-run team has a regularly recurring, reasonable hope of playing in October.
It may seems that the word "balanced" in this approach means creating an equipoise in measures that are relating to the 4 perspective of BSC, but indeed as Kaplan and Norton said the majority of Balanced scorecards measures in organizations relay on financial measures (35%) yet, so the word " balanced" here creates the equipoise between:
America's Newtonian Constitution might again function according to Madisonian expectations if a provoked Congress regains its spine and self-respect, thereby returning our constitutional architecture to equipoise.
She sums up what is a loving appreciation of Hanukkah with uncharacteristic ambivalence, prompted in part by Hanukkah's equipoise between resisting assimilation and embracing it.
His collection of anecdotes published by the SAMJ adds no substantive data to this important issue and cannot be used to make efficacy claims or even as a contribution to a discussion of clinical equipoise.
Seven structured chapters detail regulatory contexts in Africa, Equipoise and the normative framework, the machinery of ethics review, and the legal liability of ethics committees and of investigators.
The term has other shades of meaning, but for my purpose, equipoise perfectly describes how to provide customer service or perform sales for that matter.
The "Black Light" series, 1967-69, to which Flag belongs, is marked by Ringgold's decision to forgo the use of white paint, a refusal that allows protest to reach visible and internal equipoise in her work.
In sculpture, Judd cited such manifestations in the figurative equipoise of David Smith's "Cubi" series.