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Statistics in Divided Doses

Medical Statistics

Guys check out the following statistics related post from UKMi. I found some of the articles very useful. UK Medicines Information is an NHS pharmacy based service. Its aim is to support the safe, effective and efficient use of medicines by the provision of evidence-based information and advice on their therapeutic use. Number 1 (July 2001) Type and definition of …

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Randomisation in Clinical Trial

It is a method which ensures that all the individuals entering into a study have an equal chance of being allocated to any group within the study. Randomisation can be divided into three  broad areas: Random number generation Randomisation methods Concealed allocation Random number generation: Researcher use a variety of technique to generate a random sequence Computer random number generation — the …

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