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the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

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the management of someone or something

a manner of dealing with something artistically

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an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic

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Not surprisingly with a topical retinoid, skin irritation was the most common treatment-emergent adverse event, reported by 14.9% of patients on their active treatment side and 6% with vehicle.
Major finding: Nearly half (49%) of the 45 patients receiving active treatment with the device had an apnea-hypopnea index that was lower than 5, compared with 11% of those using the placebo device, for an odds ratio of 7.8 and a number needed to treat of 3.
All the adverse effects were mild or moderate, and their incidence and severity steadily declined during the 3 years of active treatment. No patients had an anaphylactic reaction.
c) Wormwood treatment reduced TNF-alpha and improved mood, but worsened clinical symptoms of CD in the active treatment group.
The length of time the babies lived gradually increased between 1993 and 2007 reflecting lengthier and more active treatment such as resuscitation and surgery.
There were no significant differences between active treatment and control groups on any of these measures.
Approximately 25% of active treatment patients were receiving indapamide alone at the end of the study; the rest were receiving indapamide and perindopril.
Five potential options, ranging from continuing full treatment to withdrawing all active treatment, were presented to the participating physicians.
Patients received either active treatment with 45 mg/kg/day of amoxicillin/clavulanate (n = 34) or matching placebo (n = 32) for 7 days; all patients also underwent daily suction of middle ear fluid through the tube.
Proposed Sample Size: Stage 1: Up to 12 patients randomised to open-label active treatment at 1 centre Stage 2: 30 in total, randomized in a 1:1:1 treatment allocation
In his active treatment of the space, Geismar could be seen as following up on his earlier work, such as Family, Friends, and Disappointments, 2003, recently shown at the Liljevalchs Konsthall in Stockholm: There, hundreds of photographs mounted on pieces of red wood were hung on long cords hanging down from the wall--personal snapshots from his travels, mostly of people.
When a subanalysis of the initial values of the placebo-first group (n = 56) versus the active treatment first group (n = 56) were made, there were no significant differences in body mass index, age, sex, joints involved, consumption of NSAID and rescue medication (Table 1).
Participants in trials typically don't know if they are receiving the active treatment or a placebo.
That's why investigators use placebos--inert pills or other dummy treatments--and make both study participants and staff unaware of whether a person is receiving an active treatment or not.
The physician would check to see that everything was progressing in a satisfactory manner, but was not expected to provide active treatment or rehabilitation or a cure.