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double-blind study


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double-blind study

double-blind study

double-blind study n.

double-blind study n.

Preventive analgesia in thoracic surgery: controlled, randomized, double-blinded study

Directional deep brain stimulation: an intraoperative double-blind pilot study

Juvéderm Injectable Gel: A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Randomized Study of Safety and Effectiveness

Comparative Double Blind Clinical Study on Round Versus Shaped Cohesive Gel Implants

Valproate Treatment of Acute Alcohol Hallucinosis: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study

FLUMAZENIL IN ALCOHOL WITHDRAWAL: A DOUBLE-BLIND PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY

Risperidone in the Treatment of First-Episode Psychotic Patients: A Double-Blind Multicenter Study

Sodium valproate for painful diabetic neuropathy: a randomized double-blind placebo-controlled study

Avoiding propofol injection pain in children: a prospective, randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled study

Effects of age and gender on intravenous midazolam premedication: a randomized double-blind study

B-005PREVENTIVE ANALGESIA IN THORACIC SURGERY: A CONTROLLED, RANDOMIZED, DOUBLE-BLINDED STUDY

Diagnosis of endometriosis by detection of nerve fibres in an endometrial biopsy: a double blind study

Adjuvant l-arginine treatment in controlled ovarian hyperstimulation: a double-blind, randomized study

Prevention of recurrent spontaneous abortion by intravenous immunoglobulin: a double-blind placebo-controlled study

Lidocaine–Prilocaine (EMLA) cream as analgesia for hysterosalpingography: a prospective, randomized, controlled, double blinded study

 

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A randomized controlled trial in which the allocation of study subjects to receive or not receive the regimen being tested is concealed from both the subjects and from the investigator(s) conducting the trial. The aim is to reduce the effects of bias, such as the placebo effect and the halo effect, as well as selection bias and observer bias. Some people consider the use of the word “blind” offensive in this context, and to respect their sensibility the term “double-masked study” is proposed as an alternative.

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