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    Clinical trials are systems of experiments that allow physicians to safely test out potential solutions for incurable diseases on human subjects in a controlled environment for a certain period of time. These trials also allow physicians test the efficiency of the current approved treatments. Clinical trials consist of clinicians splitting human subjects with the study’s desired disease into two groups, experimental and control group; this lets physicians successfully compare the effects of a certain

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    Ethics in Clinical Research Ethical Guidelines The goal of clinical research is to develop generalizable knowledge that improves human health or increases understanding of human biology. People who participate in clinical research make it possible to secure that knowledge. The path to finding out if a new drug or treatment is safe or effective, for example, is to test it on patient volunteers. But by placing some people at risk of harm for the good of others, clinical research has the potential to

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    Ethical concerns in clinical trials The goal of clinical research is to develop knowledge that improves human health or increases our understanding of human biology. People participating in clinical research make this scarce knowledge available to scientists. The way to find out if a new drug or treatment is safe or effective, for example, is to test it on patient volunteers. But this clearly puts a human life at risk for the betterment of others. And it at this place where the Ethical concern comes

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    Compound 17392

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    A new oral pharmaceutical drug for type- two diabetes had been approved for clinical use, it was called Compound 17392. Marketing companies instantly wanted to have prescribers adopt and sell the product and researchers wanted to further investigate previous reports of liver toxicity in patients. Now since paying patients to try new pharmaceutical drugs was an issue due to it appearing to interfere with clinical judgement and upholding the duty to do what is best for the patient, a new idea of

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    to require the following: (1) Substantial evidence from clinical trials of both safety and efficacy- the FD&C Act of 1938 only required safety data (2) FDA approval prior to marketing- previously,

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    Tetracycline Case Study

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    This study was conducted to evaluate the efficacy of 1% Alendronate gel and tetracycline fibers as an adjunct to scaling and root planing. The study was conducted on 30 subjects with a split mouth randomized controlled clinical design . The efficacy was determined based on the clinical parameters of the two groups that is Group I (treated by 1% Alendronate gel) and Group II (treated by tetracycline fibers).In order to overcome the drawbacks associated with systemic and conventional mode of therapy

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    Clinical trial results Results of a clinical trial involving 173 patients who failed the treatment of Ipilimumab, gave Keytruda its breakthrough designation. Patients were administered a dose of 2 milligrams per kilogram (mg/kg) or a higher dose of 10 mg/kg. It was observed that

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    education, proceding to nursing school was a grand opportunity. The privilege to attend a government subsidized school where top students in the region compete to get into the program that allowed only 60 students per year was indeed a blessing. As clinical rotations began, what was once considered a mere opportunity evolved into a true passion for caring as I truly love and enjoy nursing and helping people. In 1993, I completed my Bachelor’s degree in Nursing in the Philippines where I began my career

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    Systematic review clinical assessment and evaluation of all studies that discusses the same clinical issue, simply its summary of outcomes of researched studies in a quantitative manner and hence it's named Meta analysis. After setting a question and searching for studies that meets the eligibility criteria and reading it very well to obtain adequate and precise results for Meta analysis detection of bias in the individual studies is an important issue to avoid inadequate results and to be sure

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    ECT Literature Review

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    now has shown to be effective more than it with major depression patients according to controlled trials studies(Antunes et al., 2009). Despite of that there was controversial issues around using of it. The aim of this revision is to present proponents and opponents perspective regarding using of ECT with MDD disorder according to reviews , meta analyses, and randomized clinical trials. Proponents of using ECT with major depressive disorder

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    can be explained as when medicines affect the body in a harmful and unintended manner. Prior to obtaining marketing authorisation for a new drug, the drug has to be tested and the corresponding data has to be gathered. These tests are known as clinical trials, and the relevant regulatory bodies must use this data to decide whether the drugs benefits outweigh the associated risks. If the benefits are seen to be greater than the risks marketing

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    Efficacy And Safety Of Post-Cesarean Section Incisional Infiltration With Lidocaine Alone Versus Lidocaine And Epinephrine In Reducing Postoperative Pain: A Randomized Controlled double-blinded Clinical Trial Ahmed A. Tharwat (MD)*, Amr H. Yehia (MD, MRCOG)*, Karim A. Wahba(MD, MRCOG)*, Abd-ElRahman G. Ali (MSc.)** * Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Ain Shams University Maternity Hospital ** Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Misr Al-Gededa Military Hospital Correspondence : Dr Karim

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    New Technology: Helping or Hurting Doctors and Surgeons? Have you ever wanted to cut someone open and literally hold their heart in your hands? What about look at the human skeleton up close and personal? For doctors and surgeons, this is just a normal day on the job. However, doctors do need some help from time to time. This is where new technology in the form of tools and machines comes into play. Technology has made a positive impact on doctors in the medical field due to the many upgrades

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    Chapter 5 Discussion 5. Discussion This trial was conducted to find out the efficacy of intensive strength training protocol over conventional physiotherapy treatment on balance, gait, and mobility in post stroke population. Totally 60 participants recruited from the population and randomly allotted into experimental and control group. The experimental group received intensive strength training to lower extremity, upper extremity and trunk muscles for 6 weeks, 6 days per weeks and 2-3 hours

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    False Claim Act Essay

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    role in public health. These companies develop, manufacture and market medicines. Considering public health safety, government laid down laws and their agencies established regulations to market these medicines. Companies need to justify through clinical trials that their products are beneficial to consumers. To release a product in United States, they have to file a New Drug Application (NDA) with Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and should gain approval of the product. While filing an NDA, they

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    Pharmaceutical Administration have become extremely essential in today's bioscience industry. It encompasses current scientific standard practices with ethical, legal and business issues. In this exciting time of drug development and clinical trials, there is an urgent demand for "Getting it Right”, the first time and every time. As a candidate for graduate study in Pharmaceutical Administration at your prestigious University, I am eager to expand my academic skills in helping people live healthier

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    doctors to develop systems, equipment and devices in order to solve clinical problems. Biomedical engineering is the application of the principles and problem-solving techniques of engineering to biology and medicine. This is used throughout healthcare, from analysis and diagnosis to treatment and recovery. Biomedical engineers differ from other engineering disciplines that have an influence on human health in that engineers apply

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    Dissection Lab Report

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    DISSECTION METHOD TO APPROACH THE HUMAN CORACOID PROCESS OF THE SCAPULA 3.1 Introduction Dissection is a traditional approach to medical laboratory education(Waters, 2008). Using human cadavers one of the most widely used model in medical and clinical research for several decade .Considerable amount of literature have been published on different dissection methods of human body .(Romanes et al.,1986;Tank et al.,2008). These currant dissection manuals showed different approach to access different

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    Short Course Therapy Standardized short course regimens are an important element of DOTS. TB Programmers using short course therapies have consistently achieved higher cure rates than those relying on longer therapies. Short course therapies are more effective for two reasons: one, they are more efficacious; and two, compliance is higher. Importantly, short course therapies also reduce relapse rates and therefore multi-drug resistance. There is strong and consistent evidence that short course therapies

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    Objectives The objective of this experiment is to perform Quality Control (QC) tests to assess if the Acetaminophen sample prepared by previous polytechnic students during their internship is in compliance with the monograph in the British Pharmacopoeia (BP). There were 3 different samples prepared A, B, and C. My group and I performed the experiments using sample B. For drugs to be deemed suitable for public consumption they must meet certain criteria to ensure that they will not cause more harm

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