Randomised controlled trial

What is Randomised controlled trial?

Randomised controlled trial definition and meaning on Health terms:
A randomised controlled trial is a trial in which people are allocated at random (by chance alone) to receive one of several clinical interventions such as a new medicine. One of these interventions is the control group, for example a placebo may be given, no intervention at all, or the current best treatment available. This study is one of the simplest and most powerful tools in clinical research.


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