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Synonyms for randomization

a deliberately haphazard arrangement of observations so as to simulate chance

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It presents educated guesses on why such randomization became appealing to adjudicators, which might produce sympathy for their choices.
The researchers found that in the multivariable Mendelian randomization analysis, genetic liability to insomnia was associated with significantly increased odds of coronary artery disease, heart failure, and ischemic stroke but not atrial fibrillation.
(NASDAQ: EYEG) ('EyeGate' or 'the Company'), a clinical-stage company focused on developing products for treating disorders of the eye, announced today that it has completed randomization of over 25% of the patients required for its corneal wound repair pivotal study using the Ocular Bandage Gel ('OBG') eye drop.
(NASDAQ: EYEG) ("EyeGate" or "the Company"), a clinical-stage company focused on developing products for treating disorders of the eye, announced today that it has completed randomization of over 25% of the patients required for its corneal wound repair pivotal study using the Ocular Bandage Gel ("OBG") eye drop.
Randomization of participants means that participants should be selected so every person has an equal chance of being selected (Melnyk, Morrison-Beedy, & Cole, 2015).
These studies will often cover dozens of clinical sites across multiple countries and regions, making the strategy to use unblinded pharmacists unfeasible, so trials will usually employ central randomization commonly using RTSM systems.
To address the described issue, the aim of this single-blind randomized controlled trial was to compare the effects of PJT, with and without between-session drill randomization, on specific performance (i.e., jumping, sprint time, change of direction speed, and technical performance) of youth male basketball players.
"In conclusion, at 54 months after randomization, myeloablative CD34-positive selected autologous hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation resulted in significantly better clinical outcomes than 12 months of cyclophosphamide," the researchers wrote.
In this issue of Clinical Chemistry, the Mendelian Randomization of Dairy Consumption Working Group (1) attempted to overcome the above limitations and estimate the causal effect of dairy intake on body mass index (BMI)4 using Mendelian randomization (MR).
While randomization is an essential tool of data collection and interpretation, it can be misused.
The additional funding will be used to support company operations, further product development and support early marketing of Prancer, the company's fourth generation Randomization and Trial Supply Management (RTSM) offering.
Timely Address Space Randomization (TASR) protects against the exploitation of software vulnerabilities by preventing attackers from using information leaks to hijack program control.
Each time the panel manager generated a list, the list was securely transmitted to Sharepoint (Microsoft Corp., Redmond, WA, USA) to perform automated randomization of patients to the intervention and usual care groups.
Higher levels of LDL cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, and triglycerides over a lifetime are protective against type 2 diabetes, a Mendelian randomization study has shown.