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See Masking (or Blinding).
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1784, past participle adjective from blind (v.). Related: Blindingly.
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The process through which one or more parties to a clinical trial are unaware of the treatment assignments. In a single-blinded study, usually the subjects are unaware of the treatment assignments. In [..]
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excellent
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Adj. Excellent, wonderful. E.g."We had a blinding time last night."
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The practice of keeping the trial participants, care providers, data collectors, and sometimes those analyzing data unaware of which intervention is being administered to which participant. Blinding is intended to prevent bias on the part of study personnel. The most common application is double-blinding, in which participants, caregivers, and outc [..]
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A build-up of particles in a filter medium, that prevents fluids from flowing through.
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A build-up of particles in a filter medium, that prevents fluids from flowing through.
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A technique used in research to eliminate bias by hiding the intervention from the patient, clinician, and/or other researchers who are interpreting results.
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Blinding is not telling someone what treatment a person has received or, in some cases, the outcome of their treatment. This is to avoid them being influenced by this knowledge. The person who is blin [..]
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(adj) shining intensely
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A clinical trial design strategy in which one or more parties involved with the trial, such as the investigator or participant, do not know which participants have been assigned which interventions. S [..]
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Blinding is a way of making sure that the people involved in a research study, such as the participants in clinical trials, do not know which trial arm they are assigned to. For example, in a trial wi [..]
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A technique used to thwart timing attacks.
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The clogging of filtering medium of a micro screen or a vacuum filter when the holes or spaces in the media become sealed off due to grease or the material being filtered. Also, insertion of blind flanges into a pipeline for isolation purposes.
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Plugging or sealing of any portion of a filter.
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Blinding (also called masking) is a procedure in which one or more parties in a clinical trial are kept unaware of the treatment assignment(s). Blinding is used so that neither the patients' nor [..]
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The clogging of the filtering medium of a microscreen or a vacuum filter when the holes or spaces in the media become clogged or sealed off due to a buildup of grease or the material being filtered.
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Blinding is where information about the assignment of participants to their experimental group (e.g. control or treatment) is concealed from the evaluator, the participants, or other people involved in the study until it is complete.
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Fabric blockage by dust, fume, or liquid not being discharged by the cleaning mechanism, results in a reduced gas flow of increased pressure drop across the filter media.
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Closing of the filter medium pores which results in either a reduced gas flow or an increased pressure drop across the medium. If the medium cannot be cleaned readily and the pores reopened, this cond [..]
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[In a controlled trial:] The process of preventing those involved in a trial from knowing to which comparison group a particular participant belongs. The risk of bias is minimised when as few people a [..]
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is a design feature of experimental studies. An experiment is called (single) blind, if either the participants or the investigator who administers the intervention or the investigator who assesses th [..]
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Single Blind Study Design:
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The research procedure whereby one or more parties in a study (i.e., participant, investigator, and/or evaluator) are unaware of the level of the independent variable to which participants belong. Also see Single-Blind Procedure, Double-Blind Procedure, and Evaluator- (or Analysis) Blind Procedure.
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A layer of concrete covering the ground so that steel reinforcement can be laid out without becoming contaminated.
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