Triple Blinded Study | definition of Triple Blinded Study by Medical dictionary
Triple Blinded Study
A study in which the patients and researchers are unaware of whether a treatment—experimental drug—or placebo is being administered—i.e., ‘double-blinded’; in addition, the team analysing the data as well as the sponsor are unaware of which arm—treatment (or non-treatment placebo) they are evaluating
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.