Our statistical experts will help you to develop a clear and logical ISS and ISE study to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the feasibility, safety and effectiveness of clinical research on the drug. To achieve that, the study design of ISS and ISE for the various clinical trials below constitutes most of our work:
The clinical validity data of the target indication population of drug we studied must be sufficiently complete. The effectiveness evaluation should consider a variety of factors, such as the characteristics of the test population, the relationship between efficacy and dosage, the method of administration, and the clinical significance of the results. In the study design of the trial, we take multiple factors into account such as patient enrollment, study achievement, control group and endpoint selection for you to evaluate the effectiveness.
Important safety analyses should consider the following factors:
(1) Adverse reactions related to the pharmacological classification of the study drug
(2) Special adverse reactions (such as arrhythmia, prolonged QT interval)
(3) Characteristics of the test population and exposure of the test group and the control group
(4) Relationship between adverse reactions and doses interval and duration of administration
(5) Long-term medication safety
When making overall evaluation of a study, we will consider all the factors mentioned above, and make a comprehensive evaluation.
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