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treatment group

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The 98 children were randomly divided into treatment group and a control group according to the random table method, with 49 cases in each group.
Cumulative direct health care costs from the start of the trial in 1993 through 2014 were about $13 million in 24 patients in the intensive treatment group who were available for follow-up, and about $12.3 million in 42 patients in the conventional treatment group.
Based on a modified intention-to-treat analysis of 396 patients, the researchers found that over a median follow-up of 5.9 years, metachronous gastric cancer developed in 14 patients (7.2 percent) in the treatment group and in 27 patients (13.4 percent) in the placebo group (hazard ratio in the treatment group, 0.5).
(A) Mean body weight (g) according to treatment group and gestational day (GD), with the insert showing the mean weight gain over 48 h (from GD 5 to GD 7).
The study subjects were randomized to one of two groups: The treatment group received 90 J/[cm.sup.2] for five passes, and the sham group received 1 J/[cm.sup.2] for five passes (J Sex Med 2017; 14[2]:21525).
Results showed the intensive-treatment group lived, on average, 7.9 years longer than the "normal" treatment group. Also, in the aggressive treatment group, the risk for a number of diseases (including kidney disease, heart disease, and blindness) was reduced.
The students were divided into a control group and a treatment group. The control group uses the teaching and learning process (TnL) with conventional method, while the treatment group runs the TnL using the Bar Model Method.
The edasalonexent 100 mg/kg/day treatment group consistently showed numerical improvement versus placebo across multiple measures although the changes were not statistically significant.
The rats were randomly divided into three groups: the LV-APN-EPC treatment group, the EPC treatment group, and the PBS control group (N = 18 per group).
One group (the control group) was told to continue using Facebook the way they normally would, and the other group (treatment group) was asked to not use Facebook for an entire week.
After PCOS induction, the rats were divided randomly and equally into four groups: control group, reference group {buserelin acetate [a gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonist] 20mg/kg body weight (BW)/day}, treatment group I (T occidentalis oil 500mg/kg BW/ day), and treatment group II ([alpha]-thujone 5mg/kg BW/day) for 45 days of treatment.
The overall rate of positive glucose tolerance tests (GTT) or insulin use prior to the GTT the primary study outcome--did not differ significantly between the groups but did trend toward lower in the early treatment group (45.2% vs.

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