open-label study


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open-label study

a study in which there is no blinding of treatments.

open-label study

A clinical study in which the patients/subjects and investigators know which product each patient/subject is receiving, which is the opposite of a blinded study.

open-label study

, open label study
A clinical trial without a control group, in which both patients and researchers know the identity of the treatment and its dosage.
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One small open-label study showed efficacy for depot risperidone over a 12-month period, but it was not adequately powered and lacked a comparison group.
The efficacy results of the open-label study are summarized in the table below:
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Predix Pharmaceuticals, which recently announced a definitive agreement to merge with EPIX Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq:EPIX), announced today that a Phase II clinical trial of its lead drug candidate, PRX-00023, showed significantly reduced symptoms and was well-tolerated in the 21 patients with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) participating in the four-week, open-label study.
The multi-center, open-label study will evaluate approximately 30 patients treated with DAVANAT(R)/5-FU for at least two cycles or to disease progression.
E[acute accent]In the open-label study, 15 patients with high-grade, recurrent glioblastoma were assigned to one of 4 treatment groups, each of which received fixed dosages ranging from 0.