cumulative enrollment

cumulative enrollment

A term used in the context of a clinical trial for the number of people enrolled in the study, which is the sum of both current enrollees plus “ever-enrollees” who ended participation in the study.
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Kyphon enrolled 23 patients in its CAFE (CAncer Fracture Evaluation), study bringing the total cumulative enrollment to 75 patients.
The academy's cumulative enrollment has fluctuated, ranging from a high of 516 in the 2005/2006 school year, to a low of 363 in 2008/2009.
As of September 30, 2006, China Ivy School had a cumulative enrollment of 1,910 students within their Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High, and High School programs.
As of December 31, 2006, China Ivy School had a cumulative enrollment of 1,910 students within its Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High, and High School programs.
As of December 31, 2006, China Ivy School had a cumulative enrollment of 1,910 students within their Kindergarten, Elementary, Junior High, and High School programs.
We reached cumulative enrollment of more than 700 patients in the pivotal Phase 3 trials for AI-700, ending the year with enrollment ahead of schedule.
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