Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of randomise.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. set up or distributed in a deliberately random way

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Examples

  • Chemotherapy is the only treatment for mesothelioma that has been proven to improve survival in randomised and controlled trials.

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  • "Usual versus tight control of systolic blood pressure in non-diabetic patients with hypertension (Cardio-Sis): an open-label randomised trial"

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  • The article, titled "Vertebroplasty versus conservative treatment in acute osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures (Vertos II): an open label randomised trial," was authored by Drs. Klazen and Lohle et al and described the methods and findings of

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  • New data from a 6-month open label randomised controlled trial show

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  • Chi BH, Sinkala M, Mbewe F, Cantrell RA, Kruse G, et al. (2007) Single-dose tenofovir and emtricitabine for reduction of viral resistance to non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor drugs in women given intrapartum nevirapine for perinatal HIV prevention: an open-label randomised trial.

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  • Read the Study: Group cognitive behavioural treatment for low-back pain in primary care: a randomised controlled trial and cost-effectiveness analysis Sun Exposure:

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  • Effect on falls of providing single lens distance vision glasses to multifocal glasses wearers: VISIBLE randomised controlled trial

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  • About 800 people took part, randomised either to a Weight Watchers course or to their local health service care.

    Weight Watchers does work, say scientists

  • Oddly enough, someone has now finally conducted a proper trial of fish oil pills, in mainstream children, to see if they work: a well-conducted, randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial, in 450 children aged 8 – 10 years from a mainstream school population.

    Omega-3 lesson: Not so much brain boost as fishy research

  • In 1933 Remmers was at it again, running a randomised trial to see if having exams at the end of the first term improved a pupil's outcome in final exams.

    A 'shoot-out' between methods won't help us teach more children to read

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