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— Checking and recording specified measures

Full explanation:

Participants in a study of treatment effects may be monitored to check and record outcomes or other data, such as adherence to allocated treatment. Guidelines may also suggest monitoring of specific indicators when a recommendation is implemented; for example, possible side effects, or resource use.

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