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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
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control group

Personnel, ships, and craft designated to control the waterborne ship-to-shore movement.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
Translations

control group

n (Med, Psych) → gruppo di controllo
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In addition to usual care, patients were randomly assigned to the text messaging intervention or a control group for six months.
The patients were randomized into two groups, Randomisation and was done by using computer generated random number table, the study group to whom 7.5 lakh units of streptokinase was administered intravenously over 30 minutes, while the control group received the standard dose of 1.5 million units of streptokinase intravenously over one hour.
The study of Abd-El Maeboud et al.22 with 200 women after cesarean delivery under general anesthesia in Egypt revealed that the group that chewed gum experienced bowel sounds 10.9 hours after surgery and the control group 15.6 hours after surgery.
The wild-type mice were randomly divided into the WT control group, WT strontium ranelate (SR) group, and the SOST-/- mice (KO) were randomly divided into KO control group and KO SR group.
Participants were randomized to either an intervention group (221 participants) or a control group (220 participants).
A total of 108 patients included were divided into conventional EBRT as control group (number of patients - 53) and hypofractionated EBRT as study group (number of patients - 55).
Those allocated to the control group received 10ml normal saline.
The study was originally planned to be performed with 30 patients who had unilateral PEX and cataracts together (PEX group) and 30 patients with cataracts who did not have unilateral PEX (control group).
On average, those in the diet-and-exercise group rated their asthma symptoms 50 percent better compared to the control group. Participants in the separate diet and exercise groups rated their asthma symptoms 30 percent better than the control group.
The animals were randomly divided into normal control group (30 animals) and modeling group (60 animals).
The study's 40 subjects were divided equally into 2 groups, a control group and an experiment one.