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The ongoing oversight of a clinical trial’s progression, ensuring that it is conducted, recorded and reported in accordance with the protocol, standard operating procedures (SOPs), good clinical practice (GCP) and applicable regulatory requirements.
Monetary grants (US)
(1) The collection and analysis of data as the project progresses to assure the appropriateness of the research, its design and subject protections.
(2) A process whereby the programmatic and business management performance aspects of a grant are reviewed by assessing information gathered from various reports, audits, site visits and other sources.
The ongoing measurement of a process or substance of interest; the observing of an activity regarding its defined specifications, standards or targets, either directly or through reports or indicators.
Monitoring is meant to answer the question of whether the intended action or effect actually occurred. (E.g., Is a new formulation of statin actually lowering cholesterol levels to those indicated by premarketing data? Are kidney transplant recipients moving up the queue in an equitable fashion?)
The ongoing oversight of the quality and effectiveness of services provided to meet an individual’s needs in the UK, and identifying whether and how the individual’s needs have changed.
monitoringmedtalk The ongoing measurement of a process or substance of interest. See Ambulatory monitoring, Bedside glucose monitoring, Biological monitoring, Blood glucose monitoring, Electronic fetal monitoring, External fetal monitoring, Fetal monitoring, Glucose monitoring, Hemodynamic monitoring, Home uterine activity monitoring, Internal fetal monitoring, Masked monitoring, Ovarian monitoring, Self blood glucose monitoring, Therapeutic monitoring, Uterine monitoring.
monitoringClose surveillance or supervision, especially of people liable to suffer a sudden and dangerous deterioration in health. Monitoring involves checks of various parameters such as pulse rate, temperature, respiration rate, the condition of the pupils, the level of consciousness, the degree of appreciation of pain and various blood gas concentrations such as oxygen and carbon dioxide. Long-term instrumental display of the ELECTROCARDIOGRAM is also common in monitoring and this may also be recorded for diagnostic purposes, using computer analysis.
Patient discussion about monitoring
Q. I'd like to know if anyone could recommend a good and reliable bood pressure monitor to use at home. I've recently been diagnosed with very high blood pressure and am now on a perscribed medication for it, Thanks for your time
Q. does anyone have experience with a continuous blood glucose monitor?
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