controlled study

controlled study

A clinical trial in which a test agent is compared to a standard treatment with known effects. The control group may receive no treatment, active treatment, placebo or dose comparison concurrent control.
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Our study was not a case-control study, instead a randomized controlled study.
Open study was conducted in Japan and Double Blind Placebo Controlled Study was conducted in China.
A recent multicenter controlled study by Weil et al.
This indication is based on analyses of plasma HIV-1 RNA levels and CD4 cell counts in a controlled study of VIREAD of 24 weeks duration and in a controlled, dose ranging study of VIREAD of 48 weeks duration.
8] In another controlled study, Blakley found no significant difference between a group that underwent the canalith repositioning maneuver and a control group that did not.
Recently, however, we completed a randomized, controlled study of 100 nursing home residents, mean age 88 with some as old as 100, who had all the physical problems we've discussed.
Early treatment with acyclovir for varicella pneumonia in otherwise healthy adults: retrospective controlled study and review.
One was a scientifically controlled study of 115 participants.
But the results, published in ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS, proved inconclusive and were never followed up with a controlled study, Nirenberg says.
With this new randomized double-blind placebo controlled study, we hope to shed further light on PROMETA's potential to reduce cravings and restore neurocognitive function in persons addicted to methamphetamine during the important days and weeks following cessation of meth use.
The presentation, "Use of a Novel Gel-Formulated Anti-Adhesion Barrier for Prevention of Fibrotic Adhesions in Lumbar Micro-discectomy Procedures," at both CNS and EuroSpine, describes a controlled study comparing a gel-treated group of patients to a control group of patients who received no gel.
ANCHOR (ANti-VEGF Antibody for the Treatment of Predominantly Classic CHORoidal Neovascularization in AMD) is a Phase III randomized, multi-center, double-masked, active-treatment controlled study comparing two different doses of Lucentis to verteporfin (Visudyne([R])) photodynamic therapy (PDT) in 423 patients with predominantly classic wet AMD in the United States, Europe and Australia.

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