clinical trial

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Synonyms for clinical trial

a rigorously controlled test of a new drug or a new invasive medical device on human subjects

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Although the standards can be adopted on a voluntary basis, it bears mentioning that if a clinical investigation is performed to meet the clinical data requirements, EN ISO 14155 should be considered as your guide--conformity with harmonized standards published in the OJEC presumes compliance with the relevant essential requirements.
However, Shulman and his coauthors argued in the May 2002 Journal of Clinical Investigation that aspirin has too many side effects for long-term use against diabetes: "We would strongly advocate against its use for treatment of type 2 diabetes.
Students will be able to gain practical, first-hand experience with technologies used in clinical investigation through the use of Phase Forward's InForm[TM] EDC product.
The data was compiled based on enrollment in the pilot portion of the clinical investigation, which began March 2005 and was completed last year.
Bronchial thermoplasty, a minimally-invasive procedure, is the first-ever non-drug treatment for asthma, and is now under clinical investigation at more than 30 leading research centers around the world.
He has had direct experience with accomplishment in managing varied orthopedic product's pathways from clinical investigation through regulatory approval.
The Company has a Phase 2 clinical investigation using oral low-dose interferon-alpha for Behcet's disease now underway and plans to begin enrollment in a Phase 2 clinical trial in December to treat oral warts in HIV-positive patients.
Initial clinical studies show the Triage PDS System may provide superior results compared to other dynamic stabilization devices currently marketed or under clinical investigation.
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