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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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On top of that, patients who had been in the active treatment groups rated themselves no better on social skills than patients who had received placebo alone.
Only through such studies, where subjects on active treatment are compared with subjects treated with a sham therapy (and preferably, where neither group knows whether its therapy is active or not), can placebo effects be subtracted from true treatment benefit.
difficile occurred less often in patients who received the active treatment (1 of 41) than in placebo patients (7 of 43), although the difference did not reach statistical significance.
2 strokes per 100 people in the active treatment group compared with 8.
They received treatment or placebo, and when the biopsy and cultures were repeated 2 weeks later, the number of isolates was significantly lower in the active treatment group.
Although active treatment increased phenylalanine levels in the blood, there was no change in the amount of phenylethylamine excreted in urine.
Resurgex Select(R) is a high protein, low sugar, whole foods based calorically dense nutritional formula specifically designed to provide a healthier alternative to corn oil/corn syrup based products for those patients that are in active treatment for cancer.
Tenders are invited for "Service and repair services, including the supply of spare parts, materials and consumables to the official cars of the" General Hospital for Active Treatment - Bourgas "AD"
While substantial improvements were seen, active treatment was only nonsignificantiy more effective than placebo, because there was a very strong placebo response.
By the end of 1 year, there was a 49% reduction in relative risk of vertebral fracture in the active treatment group.
001) in the area under the forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) over time curve, which is a measure of both the degree and duration of change in lung function, was observed for all active treatment groups relative to placebo.