Moderate evidence--In a randomized crossover trial
by Coleman et al.
Data source: Prospective, randomized crossover trial
in nine nondiabetic obese women.
LONDON--Frovatriptan might be the triptan of choice for the acute treatment of menstrual migraine attacks, according to reanalyses of data from double-blind, randomized crossover trials
involving the drug.
A four-week crossover trial
, conducted by Tanya Zuckerbrot, M.
Summary of: Murray MP, Pentland JL, Hill AT (2009) A randomised crossover trial
of chest physiotherapy in noncystic fibrosis bronchiectasis.
double-blinded placebo-controlled crossover trial
in a group of 10 allergic
To compound these problems, our FDA-funded study is suffering because of two additional factors that are not unique to our situation: 1) at best lukewarm interest from the professional community that follow such patients but that is not involved directly in the trial and are thus not particularly invested in its outcome and 2) families that have already incorporated CoQ10 into their child's "cocktail" of unproven nutraceuticals and are adverse to enrolling them in a double-blind, crossover trial
, which may not provide the answer they want to hear.
Evaluation of nasopharyngeal oxygen, nasal prongs and facemask oxygen therapy devices in adult patients: a randomised crossover trial
The study was a multi-center, double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trial
Both aloe vera gel and whole leaf aloe were tested in the random crossover trial
, with the gel demonstrating the strongest results in promoting the absorbance of vitamins C and B12.
But the company's random-ized crossover trial
in 48 HIV-negative volunteers who took Lexiva for two weeks with Nexium, and later for two weeks without, found that this did not happen, at least with the 20 mg dose of Nexium tested (the drug is supplied in 20 and 40 mg doses)--whether or not the Lexiva was "boosted" with a small dose of Norvir.
We applied Wilcoxon's test for matched pairs when evaluating the study as a simple crossover trial
and when we compared effects occurring within the same group of patients.