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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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[ClickPress, Tue Jul 30 2019] It has been observed that, the global market for Logic Comparators Market would be experiencing steady growth marked in million US$ by 2025.
ENPNewswire-June 19, 2019--Purdue Pharma Presents Considerations in Opioid Comparator Selection at the College on Problems of Drug Dependence Annual Scientific Meeting
These added features increase the throughput of companies that use Renishaw Equator comparators in tandem with their PC DMIS or Calypso CMMs.
The endothelin receptor antagonist in the included studies was bosentan, and the most frequent application for comparators was prostanoids [12, 13], ambrisentan [13-15, 19], sildenafil [13, 14], and conventional, supportive, or palliative therapy [14, 16-18].
The company said Thursday that its subsidiary, Daewoong Bio, has filed an administrative litigation against the ministry's designation of Chong Kun Dang's Gliatilin as a comparator of choline alfoscerate, an agent launched by a multinational company, Italfarmaco that is used to moderate Alzheimer's dementia.
In a randomised, observer-blinded, comparator-controlled trial conducted in the US in 2,278 children five through 17 years of age, Afluria Quadrivalent demonstrated non-inferiority to that of a comparator vaccine containing the same recommended virus strains.
Three studies (n = 169) compared PG to an active comparator, and the comparator yielded better improvements in pain (mean difference, 0.42 units; 95% CI, 0.20-0.64).
The bill proposes a hierarchy of comparators --from the same employer, then a similar employer, then the same industry and finally from a similar industry.
Numerous structures for current comparators have been put forth in the literature, of which the one proposed by Traff [9] (Figure 1(a)) can be considered a pioneering structure which adheres to all the characteristics desirable of a current comparator, namely, low input impedance, low-power dissipation, and moderate speed of operation.
Then, the PGA output is compared with peak-threshold ([V.sub.peak]) and active threshold ([V.sub.act]) through two comparators and 2-bit digital code is generated.
15, 2015, identifying randomized controlled trials of psychological therapy and active or nonactive comparators. Psychotherapy included not only traditional psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral therapies, but also mind-body approaches, such as relaxation training, biofeedback, and yoga, "which can be conceptualized as mindful movement," Ms.
Angle comparators are designed to perform precise and even ultra-precise measurements.