randomized clinical trial

klinikinis atsitiktinių imčių tyrimas statusas T sritis biomedicinos mokslai apibrėžtis ↑Eksperimentinis tyrimas, kai poveikio bei ↑kontrolinės grupės sudaromos iš ↑populiacijos atsitiktinumo principu pagrįstais metodais, o poveikis vertinamas lyginant nurodytų grupių ↑baigčių dažnumą. Šie tyrimai gali būti atliekami visų procedūrų, kurias galima priskirti prie gydymo metodų (pvz., vaistai, chirurginės procedūros, fizioterapija, sveikatos mokymas), veiksmingumui nustatyti. atitikmenys: angl. randomized clinical trial; randomized controlled trial šaltinis Pagrindinės epidemiologijos sąvokos : mokomasis žodynas / Kauno medicinos universitetas ; [sudarytojas Vilius Grabauskas ; parengė Jūratė Klumbienė, Janina Petkevičienė, Abdonas Tamošiūnas, Vilius Grabauskas, Irena Misevičienė, Žemyna Milašauskienė, Žilvinas Padaiga, Linas Šumskas, Apolinaras Zaborskis, Stanislova Domarkienė, Juozas Dudzevičius]. – Kaunas : KMU Spaudos ir leidybos centro l-kla, 2001

Lithuanian dictionary (lietuvių žodynas). 2015.

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