He is now running what he believes is the first properly scientific randomised, controlled clinical trial on the product, Protect and Perfect by Boots.
What does CCT stand for?
CCT stands for Controlled Clinical Trial
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- Cone Contrast Test (vision)
- Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism
- Connection Type
- Consejo Centroamericano de Turismo (Spanish: Central American Tourism Council)
- Consolidated Change Table
- Constant Current Transformer
- Consultation on Common Texts
- Consultative Committee on Telecommunications
- Contamination Control Team
- Continuity Check Tone
- Controlled Cord Traction (labor and delivery)
- Cook's Continental Timetable (Thomas Cook travel)
- Cool Cool Toon (SNK game)
- Core Curriculum Test
- Corpus Callosum Transection (neurology)
- Correlated Color Temperature
- Corridor Cities Transitway (Maryland)
- Cortical Collecting Tubule (in the kidneys)
- Cost Commitment Team (NASA)
- Coupler Cut Through
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Compare a statement by yourself: 'RCTs are by no means always reliable or consistent', with a statement by Dr Brom: 'The controlled clinical trial is dependent on three basic criteria: (i) that the two groups being compared are similar; (ii) that the individuals in the groups are representative of the population that one is trying to investigate; and (iii) if either is suspect, the results could be totally wrong and the methodology should not be classified as strictly scientific.
If they are to gain any credibility in a world where evidence-based practice is understood primarily in empirical terms, healing practices such as music therapy, aromatherapy, and imagery must fit into the model of a controlled clinical trial and demonstrate positive effects as defined by a narrow idea of outcomes.
Nasdaq: TLIO) announced today the results of a preliminary analysis of its second multi-center, prospective, blinded, randomized, controlled clinical trial investigating the use of Argidene(TM) Gel in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers (the "Trial").
So far, it does not seem to produce any serious adverse effects, says Dover, who hopes to begin a controlled clinical trial of hydroxyurea in 1990.
In a large controlled clinical trial (Study 934), adverse events observed in greater than or equal to 5% of patients in the Viread/Emtriva/efavirenz group include dizziness, nausea, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, and rash, sinusitis, depression, insomnia, and abnormal dreams.
Gynex plans to submit New Drug Applications (NDAs) to the FDA for these indications beginning in 1993, as controlled clinical trials are completed.
The major problem cited by the panelists was the lack of controlled clinical trials.