multicenter

adjective
mul·​ti·​cen·​ter | \ ˈməl-tē-ˌsen-tər How to pronounce multicenter (audio) , ˈməl-ˌtī- How to pronounce multicenter (audio) \

Definition of multicenter

: involving more than one medical or research institution a multicenter clinical study

Other Words from multicenter

multicentered \ ˈməl-​tē-​ˌsen-​tərd How to pronounce multicenter (audio) , ˈməl-​ˌtī-​ \ adjective

Examples of multicenter in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The Cleveland Clinic is taking part in a multicenter clinical trial to test CRISPR-Cas12, a breakthrough technology that could repair DNA mutations that cause thousands of genetic diseases, including sickle cell. Julie Washington, cleveland, 16 June 2021 The University of Illinois at Chicago was recently selected by the National Institutes of Health as the main site for a multicenter collaboration to research and create outreach to communities disproportionality affected by COVID-19. Chicago Tribune Staff, chicagotribune.com, 2 June 2021 There were multicenter clinical trials with thousands of patients with COVID that were started in a week—a week from the idea to enrolling patients. Claudia Wallis, Scientific American, 2 Apr. 2021 Since March, the two of us have been conducting a multicenter clinical trial evaluating the utility of adding sarilumab to the current standard of care versus standard of care alone for patients with moderate-to-severe Covid-19. Paul Monach, STAT, 12 Feb. 2021 Surapaneni, who is a part of a multicenter research program called PlaMatSu, is interested in developing polymers that mimic these microscopic wrinkles to produce insect-deterring surfaces. Monique Brouillette, Scientific American, 26 Jan. 2021 It’s not unusual for the military to participate in multicenter trials for treatments of ailments as diverse as cancer and trauma. Patricia Kime, USA TODAY, 9 Nov. 2020 This was a multicenter study of 3,099 critically ill adults with COVID-19 admitted to intensive care units at 67 hospitals across the United States, including UH. Julie Washington, cleveland, 5 Nov. 2020 In two multicenter studies published in 2015 and 2018, 23 and 38 percent of babies born at 22 weeks and given intensive care survived to hospital discharge. Sarah Digregorio, New York Times, 16 Apr. 2020 See More

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First Known Use of multicenter

1960, in the meaning defined above

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“Multicenter.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/multicenter. Accessed 8 Aug. 2022.

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multicenter

adjective
mul·​ti·​cen·​ter | \ ˈməl-tē-ˌsen-tər How to pronounce multicenter (audio) , ˈməl-ˌtī- How to pronounce multicenter (audio) \

Medical Definition of multicenter

: involving more than one medical or research institution a multicenter clinical study

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