clinical efficacy

clinical efficacy

The ability to produce a desired effect—i.e., appropriate pharmacological activity for a specified indication—in humans.
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We are also in dialogue with the FDA to discuss the potential resubmission of our NDA for arbaclofen ER, and remain optimistic based on the strength of our clinical efficacy and safety data in M.S.
Secondary objectives were to assess clinical efficacy, defined by overall response rate, disease control rate and best overall response.
STS101 is a novel and proprietary investigational drug-device combination product specifically designed to enable intranasal administration of the anti-migraine drug, dihydroergotamine (DHE), with a pharmacokinetic profile optimised to provide consistent and robust clinical efficacy, Satsuma said.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-October 5, 2018-NeuroVive Pharmaceutical reports on NeuroSTAT clinical efficacy signal in TBI
Here we report our retrospective study of the clinical efficacy of facial nerve decompression surgery via the transmastoid approach in severe cases of Bell's palsy and Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
Regarding treatment effectiveness, 36 centers provided data with the mean marketed clinical efficacy of 82.2 percent.
The 273 that were successfully contacted were asked for information on same-day stem cell injections for OA of the knee, including clinical efficacy and cost.
The traditional treatment is mastoidectomy, routinely combined with middle ear ventilation tube insertion or tube insertion during re-examination after operation.[2] Eustachian tuboplasty by balloon dilation can improve the pathological state of ET via specific mechanisms to achieve functional recovery and satisfactory clinical efficacy.[3],[4]
TUESDAY, March 6, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Despite low-level evidence, stem cell therapy for knee osteoarthritis is expanding, with centers reporting high clinical efficacy and direct-to-consumer mean cost exceeding $5,000 for each therapy, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, held from March 6 to 10 in New Orleans.
Dermatologists have historically hesitated to recommend natural skincare due to the lack of clinical efficacy and the fact that not all natural ingredients are created equal.
[USPRwire, Sun Apr 03 2016] The promise of spinal non-fusion technologies, while initially large during its infancy, has tapered somewhat with challenges developing in specific non-fusion device segments due to insufficient evidence of clinical efficacy. Currently, total disc replacement (TDR) represents the most frequently performed spinal non-fusion surgery.

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