comparator


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comparator

An investigational or marketed product (i.e., active control), or placebo, which is used as a reference in a clinical trial.

comparator

(kŏm-par′ăt-ŏr) [L. comparator, a comparer]
Something, e.g., an old drug from an established class, with which another item is compared.
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We are continuing to put in place the protocols to ensure compliance with the State Food and Drug Administration's (SFDA) new Drug Registration Regulation, in effect this October, and can provide our clients with a complete pedigree on any comparator drug sourced within China for their global trials," continued Cameron.
The virtual hall signals are produced from the Hysteretic comparator and the decoder unit where it is being converted into gating pulses and this PDM pulsing is given to the inverter.
In order to minimize the risk of delayed or interrupted clinical trials and the financial implications that can result, a comparator sourcing and supply strategy should include two key elements:
The cure rate for both levofloxacin and comparator drugs was 94% in both groups.
But in those with gram-negative organisms only, 27% of patients taking linezolid died, compared with 9% of those on a comparator.
The comparator is used to create a power-fail interrupt (NMI).
GEI International announces the Measuring Magnifier and Comparator.
Moving a step ahead of the typical evolutionary comparator development pace are unique enhancements such as the optical-video adapter.
With the second chip--dubbed a comparator, which is also a type of electronic circuit--the researchers demonstrated that they could isolate single bacteria in different chambers, test the microbes for production of a particular enzyme, and then evacuate selected microbes from the device.
The first C-band feed was developed for a nine-foot reflector and used a four-horn arrangement directly on the outputs of the comparator.