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random number table

In a clinical trial, a table of numbers with no apparent pattern used to randomly select samples for the trial.
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Random number table for group 1 and 2 was taken from computer generated random number table.
This random transect was chosen by taking a number of steps directly away from the end of the transect as determined by pairs of numbers from a random number table. The first number was the number of steps away, and the second number then determined a number of steps to the right (if the digit was even) or to the left (if the digit was odd) of the first endpoint.
Methods: Ninety-eight patients with benign prostate hyperplasia who were admitted to the hospital of between May 2014 and July 2016 were selected and divided into a TUDP group (n=49) and PKRP (n=49) using random number table. The intraoperative blood loss, duration of surgery, international prostate symptom score (IPSS), quality of life (QOL), post-void residual urine (PVR) and complications of the two groups were observed.
Patients were randomized to either the sevoflurane or desflurane group, with an equal number of boys and girls, using a random number table. Data from lead II of a 3-min reading of 3-lead ECG were obtained, while the patient was in the reception area for the baseline reading and again 1 h after the induction of anesthesia.
This in-vitro comparative research involved 40 extracted human bicuspids that were classified into 2 groups of 20 teeth each, using random number table method.
Patients were divided into two equal groups using computer-generated random number table. Patients with odd numbers were selected for group 1and those with even numbers for group 2.
Each household was selected using random number table.
This usually is accomplished by use of a random number table or a computer random number generator.
They were divided in two equal groups selected using random number table; Group A= Closed (VN) and Group B= Open (Transumblical).
Selection was done using random number table. Data collection was done from July 2009 to December 2009.
The simple randomization method allocates participants according to a pregenerated random number table, random number generator, or methods similar to a coin toss.
All patients diagnosed of having scabies on history and examination were divided by using random number table into group A and group B.