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treatment

1. the application of medicines, surgery, psychotherapy, etc., to a patient or to a disease or symptom
2. Films an expansion of a script into sequence form, indicating camera angles, dialogue, etc.
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An evaluation of between-group differences after only 3-months treatment did not attain statistical significance, although an improvement of 50% was observed in favour of active treatment (p < 0.
He proposes that researchers design trials in which half the participants are told they are getting a placebo and half are told they're receiving the active treatment.
Dr Ronald Fergusson, the consultant lung physician at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh who carried out the research, said: "This is due to patients getting more active treatment than those patients who see other types of doctors such as general physicians and geriatricians.
This active treatment model was compared with the standard model of service delivery used by the involved agency for persons with dual diagnoses at pretreatment and at one, two, and three years of treatment.
Preparation and delivery of food for inpatient hospital patients and food for duty staff of Specialised Hospital for Active Treatment in Cardiology Varna EAD,.
Active treatment in the trials involved statins, niacin, cholestyramine, or gemfibrozil.
b) Wormwood showed a significant reduction of TNF-alpha, clinical improvement in CDAI scores and improvement in mood in the active treatment group.
The active treatment produced similar relative reductions in all-cause mortality and cardiovascular mortality in patients with AF and in those without, but the absolute benefit was greater for those with AF because their baseline risk was higher, said the authors, several of whom other than Dr.
However, the difference at the end of the full 24-week period showed that active treatment significantly improved maximal exercise tolerance," Dr.
Results: Study results reported significant improvements in the active treatment group versus placebo group in reading, spelling and behavior.
A clear dose response was seen between the active treatment groups, with the 1.