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single-blind

, single-blinded (sing'gel-blind')
Pert. to a method, study, or clinical trial in which only the investigators know what treatment or medication, if any, the subjects receive. A single-blind study attempts to eliminate subjective bias such as the placebo effect from the results.
Synonym: single-masked See: blind (2); double-blind
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Data source: A randomized, single-blinded, split-face study of 20 patients.
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Outcome measures during the follow-up period in Phase 2 will be conducted in single-blinded manner.
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The ASSERT study, which is being conducted at 125 international clinical centers and coordinated by the Population Health Institute at McMaster University, is designed as a randomized, single-blinded study of elderly hypertensive patients with a first pacemaker for sinus or AV nodal disease.

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