random controlled trial

random controlled trial

Etymology: ME, randoun, run violently; Fr, contrôle, check, trier, to grind
a study plan for a proposed new treatment in which subjects are assigned on a random basis to participate either in an experimental group receiving the new treatment or in a control group that does not.

random controlled trial,

n a study plan for a proposed new treatment in which subjects are assigned on a random basis to participate in either an experimental group receiving the new treatment or a control group that does not.
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The government-backed research was released a month after another a random controlled trial published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism reached a similar conclusion.
All the studies were based on random controlled trials, and therefore none of them covers the effects of transcendental meditation.
There were seven non-pilot random controlled trials (RCTs) and one mixed-method study.
Random Controlled Trials are able to quantify the effects of intervention hence they are higher up the pyramid than Cohort studies.
have over sixty well researched random controlled trials buttressing spinal manipulation.