patient diary

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patient diary

Any paper or computerised tool which patients in the UK use to record their own symptoms, drug use, test results, etc., during daily activities—e.g., for asthma, diabetes, anticoagulation.
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All three trials will use etrials' electronic patient diary technology on handheld devices (PDAs) to electronically capture patient reported outcomes (ePRO).
Other sensors monitor heart function, posture and physical activity, and an electronic patient diary function captures subjective patient experiences, such as moods, symptoms and the activities of daily living.
Arrowhead works closely with select partners to deliver comprehensive, custom branded electronic patient diary solutions that improve the timeliness, accuracy, and quality of valuable patient treatment information.
etrials was the third electronic patient diary company, following invivodata, Inc.
During the workshop, Newbigging will give demonstrations of key integrations with the Medidata Rave EDC platform: -- Medidata Rave's ability to import a CDISC ODM file from Fast Track TrialSpace Designer xCP(R) study design software to automatically build electronic case report forms (eCRFs); -- Data entered into invivodata's DiaryPRO(R) handheld electronic patient diary can be imported into Medidata Rave using CDISC ODM format, so that ePro and eCRF data can be viewed in one system; and -- Medidata Rave's capability in importing lab data for sponsors.
and Cato Research as well as a 600 percent increase in electronic patient diary deployments.
Included among the new trials in the third quarter were eleven patient reported outcome studies for one of the largest global pharmaceutical companies using etrials' electronic patient diary software.
Before founding Assero, Dave spent three years as chief technology officer for a start-up company developing Electronic Patient Diary systems for clinical trials.
a leading provider of eClinical software for the efficient collection, integration and review of data in the clinical trial process, announced today its plans to vigorously defend its rights to its electronic patient diary (EPD) technology.
Electronic patient diary minimizes statistical noise in data, enables trial success
The second new product is a wireless version of QuickStudy Log, a widely-implemented electronic patient diary (EPD) for reporting patient outcomes in clinical trials.
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