a drug clinical trial in which both the researchers and the patient know the identity of the test drug
A study in which all parties (patient, physician, and study coordinator) are aware of the treatment assigned. In an open-label study, no participants are given placebos. These are usually Phase I or II studies.
A study in which all parties, (patient, physician and study coordinator) are informed of the drug and dose being administered. In an open-label study, none of the participants are given placebos. These are usually conducted with Phase I & II studies.
A type of study in which both the health providers and the patients are aware of the drug or treatment being given.
a study in which all patients receive the experimental treatment
A study in which participants and researchers know what intervention participants are receiving. Open-label studies do not use blinding or placebos.
A study in which both doctor and patient know that patients are receiving an experimental drug and what that drug is.