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Effective Techniques for Monitoring Medical Devices in Clinical Trials

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September 2007
978-1-60428-002-9
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  • Quickly distinguish between unanticipated adverse device effects (UADE), adverse events and procedural complications from operator error
    • And report each event with confidence
  • Understand the relationship between good clinical practice (GCP) and the monitoring of your medical device trials
  • Accurately apply risk management principles to GCPs
  • And more — reduce your on-the-job stress through this advanced training!

Are You Focusing Your Monitoring Efforts Where They’re Needed Most?
Get the Job Done With These Checklists for Six Critical Trial Areas

Let’s face it: you’ll never see effective monitoring results unless you know the “red flag” issues in your trials.

Effective Techniques for Monitoring Medical Devices in Clinical Trials pinpoints those problem spots for you — then goes one step further and gives you targeted checklists for each area, including:

  • Regulatory document control
  • IRB approval
  • Accountability
  • Adverse effects — UADE, adverse events and procedural complications from operator error
  • UADE capture: make sure all potential adverse effects are identified
  • 100 percent source documentation verification to original source documents

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