blinded study

blinded study

A study in which the subject, the investigator or anyone assessing the outcome is unaware of the treatment assignment(s), which is a standard manoeuvre in a clinical trial designed to reduce potential bias.
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In a prospective, blinded study, calibration of the 4Kscore algorithm in the first 300 patients enrolled from October 2013 to January 2014 was nearly perfect, compared with the European version, showing that the score works on an individual level, he said.
In a blinded study 26 a topic patients watched an hour-long weather video while wearing active mobile phones.
The IC study population will be comprised of 150 patients with Fontaine class lib; Rutherford category 2-3 in a dose escalation, placebo controlled, double blinded study.
In a randomized, blinded study of virtual colonoscopy vs.
A blinded study suggests that race is a key factor when physicians make decisions about coronary revascularization, said Dr.
This study is critical because if successful it will be the first confirmation in a blinded study of the performance that can be expected of DetermaVu(TM) in the clinical setting.
Paradigm 2 is a multi-centre, blinded study aimed at evaluating the safety and efficacy of the glycopegylated recombinant factor IX as on-demand or prophylactic treatment against haemophilia B.
In a blinded study, 26 a topic patients watched an hour-long weather video while wearing active mobile phones; 26 controls repeated the experiment with inactive phones (Int.
The blinded study analyzed 80 samples from pregnancies affected by trisomy 21 and 670 samples from unaffected pregnancies, classifying all cases correctly, with only one sample failing to generate a result.
This combined new statistical analysis of blinded study data showed NX-1207 2.5 mg to have a lasting benefit in terms of positive treatment outcomes that was significantly superior to placebo.
The prospective, multi-centre, blinded study assessed samples from 1,914 pregnant women with a mean age of 29.6 years, who are at all risk levels for foetal chromosome abnormalities.