Examples of randomize in a Sentence
The numbers have been randomized.
A randomized study of patients treated with the drug showed it to be effective.
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In this randomized controlled clinical trial, the patients were assigned to either a high onion diet (consisting of raw red onion) or a low onion diet.
So randomized controlled trials, the gold standard of biomedical research, aren’t an option.
Ballot order is randomized in every race, as research shows a slight advantage for names at the top or bottom of a list.
For instance, a 2015 meta-analysis that reviewed 23 randomized controlled trials of ADHD treatment via stimulant medication found significantly less anxiety among the children who were taking the stimulants than among those who were taking placebos.
Those women were then randomized into two trials: one received hormone therapy with chemotherapy; the other received hormone therapy alone.
Additionally, a recent meta-analysis in PLOS Medicine looked at one randomized controlled trial and 79 cohort studies, all from high-income countries, and examined maternal outcomes, childhood outcomes, and outcomes for subsequent pregnancies.
The patients were randomized with either standard medical care (no thrombectomy after the six hour mark) or care involving a thombectomy.
These same restrictions mean that as of 2013, fewer than 20 randomized controlled trials (the gold standard for scientific research) have tested the benefits of marijuana, according to the American Medical Association.
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RANDOMIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of randomize for English Language Learners
: to arrange or choose (something) in a random way or order : to make (something) random
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