blind trial


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blind trial

[¦blīnd ′trīl]
(statistics)
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The ball-tracking system will be tested at Reading's academy with hopes of a "blind trial" next season when it could be tried in matches but not used by the officials.
More than 250 menopausal women between 45 and 60 years of age, who regularly experienced more than 35 hot flashes per week, took part in the randomized, double blind trial for a 3 month period.
In a double blind trial of 809 adults with osteoarthritis, patients were randomized to one of four different groups--placebo, rofecoxib 12.5 mg, rofecoxib 25 mg, and ibuprofen 800 mg three times a day.
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This MAA application is supported by the results of the company's Phase III randomized, multi-centre, placebo-controlled, double blind trial (EVB-003) in over 500 adult male and female subjects.