Clinical research glossary and acronyms reference book

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clinical research glossary and acronyms reference book

Clinical Trials Glossary | CenterWatch

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SOME IMPORTANT ACRONYMS IN CLINICAL RESEARCH

CenterWatch's glossary of clinical trials terms provide patients and industry professionals with a quick reference to many of the most commonly used terms and phrases used in clinical trials. An unintended reaction to a drug taken at doses normally used in man for prophylaxis, diagnosis, or therapy of disease, or for the modification of physiological function. A negative experience encountered by an individual during the course of a clinical trial, that is associated with the drug.

Glossary Acronyms for Clinical Research Professionals

A glossary of terms used in clinical research. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Clinical research and experimental design. Clinical trial Trial protocols Adaptive clinical trial Academic clinical trials Clinical study design. Randomized controlled trial Scientific experiment Blind experiment Open-label trial.

NCBI Bookshelf. This Glossary is intended to define terms and acronyms that are commonly used throughout this report as well as those terms and acronyms that are commonly used during the Food and Drug Administration FDA regulatory review process. This glossary is not all-inclusive. New terms and new uses of existing terms will emerge with time and advances in technology. Definitions for the terms and acronyms herein were compiled from a multitude of sources. American Medical Association.

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