screen failure

screen failure

A clinical trial term of art for a potential subject/patient who did not meet one or more criteria at screening that was required for participation in the study.
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This resulted in an extremely high screen failure rate but WCCT Global's ability to screen large numbers of volunteers enabled the CRO to find and enroll the needed volunteers in a timely manner.
Screen failure follow-up testing to determine the extent that hearing changes include frequencies in the conventional audiometric frequency range as measured directly using pure-tone threshold testing or estimated using DPOAE testing.
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Protocol violation rates, like screen failure rates, are difficult to track.
Person-level screen failure rates were calculated by taking the ratio of the number of persons failing a specific criterion at least once in the year to the total number of persons using drugs in that criterion set in that same year.
Although the initial sample size is quite large and should be sufficient to detect significant associations, the rate of screen failure is so low for a few screens that the confidence intervals for the odds ratio of these discharge screens are wide.
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Over the course of a year, the study will screen approximately 150 subjects with an estimated 20 percent screen failure rate to produce a total of 120 subjects.
More tensions erupted at a shopping area where the crowd moved following the screen failure.
In terms of trends in screen failure rates, both Iowa and Maryland showed significant improvement--from 7.
Since a case can have multiple failures, failure rates equal the number of reviewed cases with at least one confirmed screen failure divided by the total number of cases reviewed at the hospital during the 18-month period.