noncontrolled

noncontrolled

(ˌnɒnkənˈtrəʊld)
adj
not controlled
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The blocking design was necessary to avoid the unforeseen influence of noncontrolled environmental factors on the response variables, mainly insolation and winds.
Some states also require Schedule V, and some states even require certain noncontrolled substances to be reported," she said in an interview.
Again, there is a solid platform on which to build, particularly our growing drug control cooperation with a wide array of international partners, including China, the source of much of the fentanyl and other noncontrolled synthetic drug compounds (known as New Psychoactive Substances, or NPS) entering the United States.
Unfortunately, only two randomized controlled follow-up trials were located, so the noncontrolled, single-group, follow-up studies are the best evidence of the long-term effects of counseling at this time.
Three of these studies were case reports,4,7-8 5 of them were noncontrolled clinical series9-12 and one of them was randomised controlled trial.
Effects of low-volume high-intensity interval training (HIT) on fitness in adults: A meta-analysis of controlled and noncontrolled trials.
They also differ from a noncontrolled study of four Kaiser Permanente practices, which demonstrated improved quality of care after implementation of panel management (Neuwirth et al.
Hereon Pharmaceuticals, which will allow the company to develop both controlled and noncontrolled transdermal patches.
First, there is no control or comparative group in this retrospective noncontrolled study.
The information provided by EM accounting enables us to separate the assets and income of consolidated subsidiaries from the assets and income of noncontrolled investments.
Methods: A prospective noncontrolled interventional study of eight patients (eight eyes) with large MHs (minimum diameter >400 [micro]m) was conducted.
In addition, Gupta and colleagues (6) reviewed other clinical trials that examined the efficacy of these medications with some smaller or noncontrolled trials yielding higher efficacy rates than those seen in the phase III trials.