run-in period

Japanese translation: 導入期間

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English term or phrase:run-in period
Japanese translation:導入期間
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11:07 Jan 16, 2003
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Medical
English term or phrase: run-in period
14 days in run-in period

Always about double blind study.
Is this慣らし期間?
cinefil
Japan
Local time: 08:27
試験期間, 助走期間, 導入期間
Explanation:
Several sites suggests different terms. Each of the last three references is from health care, medicine, or pharmacy, and I think each term suggested here would be correct. I personally do not choose one here, and I would like the asker to do so instead.

http://www.nihs.go.jp/dig/ich/efficacy/e10/betten-2.pdf
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xxxjsl
Local time: 08:27
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thanks a lot
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4試験期間, 助走期間, 導入期間
xxxjsl


  

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試験期間, 助走期間, 導入期間


Explanation:
Several sites suggests different terms. Each of the last three references is from health care, medicine, or pharmacy, and I think each term suggested here would be correct. I personally do not choose one here, and I would like the asker to do so instead.

http://www.nihs.go.jp/dig/ich/efficacy/e10/betten-2.pdf


    Reference: http://www5c.biglobe.ne.jp/~minato3/htfollow001.html
    Reference: http://netweb.k.tsukuba-tech.ac.jp/home/am/yotu/annex2.htm
xxxjsl
Local time: 08:27
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thanks a lot
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