double-blind study


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Synonyms for double-blind study

an experimental procedure in which neither the subjects of the experiment nor the persons administering the experiment know the critical aspects of the experiment

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Study BLS-11-109 is a randomized, double-blind study to compare gastrointestinal tolerability in healthy volunteers following five weeks of oral administration of Bafiertam or Tecfidera at their therapeutic doses.
In MuscleCare's double-blind study the author compared five brands and had one placebo, and the sample size was 120 subjects.
Data Source: A prospective, randomized, double-blind study of 149 women with stress incontinence who completed 6 weeks of follow-up after placement of a midurethral sling.
The double-blind study, conducted at centers throughout the United States, will see whether 150 subjects maintain normal glucose levels over a sustained period of time.
One small, double-blind study of prednisone (N=26 hospitalized college students) showed a significant difference in duration of fever and antibody titers compared with aspirin.
Around the same time, the same researchers performed another double-blind study comparing the efficacy of oxcarbazepine with haloperidol and lithium.
A randomized, double-blind study published in the December issue of The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that treatment with levocarnitine (Carnitor), improved energy levels and cognition in 66 adults ages 100 to 106.
The trial is a randomized, double-blind study enrolling approximately 510 patients who will be administered either MBP8298 or placebo intravenously every six months for a period of two years.
The most recent double-blind study was published in the Journal of International Clinical Psychopharmacology.
The researchers recommended doing a larger, double-blind study, which wouldn't tell participants whether they were getting DanActive or a placebo.
The results of the double-blind study (neither the researchers nor participants knew who was taking placebo or DHEA) were published in the October 19, 2006 New England Journal of Medicine.
Miami Beach -- Intraumbilical vein injection with oxytocin following cord clamp was effective for preventing placental retention and reducing postpartum blood loss in a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind study presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine.
Succimer was given to 396 children in the randomized, double-blind study. The remaining 384 children were given a placebo.
In a double-blind study volunteers drank a specially prepared cocoa drink containing high or low concentrations of cocoa flavonols (epicatechin).
Results from a pivotal phase 3 double-blind study published in the December 20 New England Journal of Medicine revealed the incidence of the most debilitating grade of mucositis (grade 4) was 3 times less with Kepivance (20% vs.