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control group

n
(Medicine) any group used as a control in a statistical experiment, esp a group of patients who receive either a placebo or a standard drug during an investigation of the effects of another drug on other patients

control group

Personnel, ships, and craft designated to control the waterborne ship-to-shore movement.
Translations

control group

n (Med, Psych) → gruppo di controllo
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On average, those in the diet-and-exercise group rated their asthma symptoms 50 percent better compared to the control group.
The incidence of these perinatal outcome parameters in Control group were also noted.
The women in labour allocated to the observation group received continuing midwifery care, and those to control group received standard maternity care in all the stages of labour.
The study's 40 subjects were divided equally into 2 groups, a control group and an experiment one.
At 6 months, the response rate remained above 60% in the PMMA-collagen group, but dropped closer to 30% among those in the control group, Dr.
The control group got access to a module that suggested questions they should ask their primary care providers about preventive services such as cancer screening.
The test group received mindfulness training, and the control group received no training.
In addition to the patients who underwent either open or laparoscopic gastric bypass, there were 417 obese subjects in the first control group who were assessed for the surgery at the same time as the intervention group but did not have the surgery, and 321 obese subjects in the second control group who were randomly selected from a population-based sample of Utah residents.
In addition to the patients who underwent either open or laparoscopic gastric bypass, there were 417 obese subjects in the first control group who were assessed but did not have the surgery and 321 obese subjects in the second control group who were randomly selected from a population-based sample.
1) When outcomes in the community-based, randomized controlled trial were examined according to participants1 STI history, those who had had an STI at baseline were less likely to have an STI at 24 months if they had been in the intervention rather than control group (odds ratio, 0.
During follow-up, 17 women in the exercise group and 23 women in the control group were treated for fractures.