blind study

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blind stud·y

a study in which the observer is unaware of which individuals or group is subject to the treatment or procedure variables.
See also: blind test.
Synonym(s): blind test
Clinical research A trial in which participants—the subject or the investigator (or both)—are unaware as to whether they are in the experimental or control arm of the study
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At least one month after the masked study injection, 13 participants chose to receive open-label botulinum toxin injections in areas that remained in spasm and were then followed for at least four months.
The 20-month masked study is ongoing, and additional data will become available as patients complete the study.
A masked study comparing radiologic and electrodiagnostic diagnoses to the clinical impression.
The trial was a multiple site, randomised, placebo controlled, parallel, double masked study to assess the safety and efficacy of two doses of oral Optina (adjusted to body mass index-BMI) in adult patients with Diabetic Macular Edema.
In a masked study of 1,092 patients and 2,304 wounds conducted at 24 clinical sites, wounds closed with Indermil Tissue Adhesive exhibited excellent cosmetic results, comparable to those seen in the control group whose wounds were closed with sutures and staples.
A blinded or masked study is one in which participants do not know whether they are in the experimental or control group in a research study.
A six month, randomised, double masked study comparing latano-prost with timolol in open-angle glaucoma and ocular hypertension.
This controlled, masked study enrolled 30 subjects with PE due to pathologies such as dry eye.
Ophthalmology reviewed the OASIS study which was a Phase IIIb randomized, sham controlled, double masked study that followed up patients for 24 months post injection.