interventional clinical trial

interventional clinical trial

A clinical trial that intervenes with the inviolability (here, safety) of the trial subject for the purpose of the investigation, which may include administration of an investigational medical product to the subject or use of some extra means of intervention (i.e., sampling, testing or administration of a questionnaire) that would not otherwise be used.
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The results of the study will inform interventional clinical trial design and enrollment for EDIT-101.
Whether it is library-based, petri dish-based or even a human interventional clinical trial, it is the research and what is uncovered that helps drive innovation, new product creation, sales channels and much more.
the ongoing parent project has to be an interventional clinical trial that can provide a cohort of well-characterized patients, infrastructure, data, and biological samples.
Over 30 sites have been identified for this clinical trial, making it one of the largest interventional clinical trials for STGD1 to date.
Even with this clear path forward to increase the medical value of participant data from interventional clinical trials, ICMJE acknowledges that several issues remain unresolved.
More studies were published in journals (175) than in the agency's clinical trial registry (87), and the 183 interventional clinical trials had a higher publication rate (87.
The new standards call on drug makers to register on a public Web site all interventional clinical trials, including some phase I studies.
The standards also call for companies to "'greatly expand transparency in medical research" by providing summaries of results from for all interventional clinical trials, regardless of whether the research is discontinued or the medication being studied is ever approved.
The review also covered other relevant interventional clinical trials and observational studies.
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