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unblind

(ʌnˈblaɪnd)
adj
archaic not blind
vb (tr)
to rid (someone) of blindness
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The flames from Castra Regis and from Diana's Grove made all around almost as light as day, and now that the lightning had ceased to flash, their eyes, unblinded, were able to judge both perspective and detail.
He would stand up, with open eyes, and he would struggle and toil and learn until, with eyes unblinded and tongue untied, he could share with her his visioned wealth.
I speak with heartfelt sincerity," he says, "and I think unblinded judgment, when I tell you that I feel a little man by his side.
Between Wednesday's announcement and Friday's news, the clinical trial was unblinded and it was confirmed that the deceased patient was receiving beloranib.
The study was unblinded in August 2015, and a full report of the primary outcome measures will come in a paper due out by the end of the year, they said.
Going forward, Regado will focus resources on three principal activities: conclusion of final closure of the REGULATE-PCI trial and analysis of the unblinded database (predicted in the fourth quarter of 2014), diligence activities associated with thoroughly exploring potential business alternatives and compliance activities associated with being a public firm in good regulatory standing.
The next 60 patients were numbered sequentially as they were enrolled and randomized to a blinded or unblinded group.
The phase 3 study was unblinded midway, allowing patients receiving the placebo to instead take the drug because of the favorable results.
The DSMB conducted a comprehensive unblinded review of safety data from the first 200 patients that completed follow-up in the MACSI study, as well as a review of all serious adverse event (SAE) data from previous DP-b99 clinical studies.
Mean cold severity scores for the blinded echinacea group, unblinded echinacea group, placebo group, and no pill group were 236, 258, 264, and 286, respectively (maximum score 301), while duration of cold was 6.
To determine the long-term effects of these interventions, the researchers enrolled most patients who had completed the DPP into the six-year unblinded DPP Outcomes Study (DPPOS).
The study, named ENDURANCE by the company, is a randomized, controlled, unblinded, multi-center clinical trial to evaluate the use of the HeartWare Ventricular Assist system as a destination therapy in advanced heart failure patients.