Do they use this? what do they use? how do they do it? Can’t we find anything better than this?
We want to come up with list of applications and companies which uses them. Here it is List of Pharmaceutical Companies. Say,
Oracle Clinical – Genentech, Pfizer, Radpharm, Corelabs, Paraxel
Remote Data Capture – Pfizer,
Clinitrial – Merck
We can pivot table by company too. You know what, a matrix table would be great.
Disclaimer : None of these details verified. None of these companies are associated with us. Trade and registered marks are their own. That is nothing to do with us.
Don’t you hate when you have to spell “Liver function test analyses” instead of “Analysis”?
Shall we “translate” the Terms?
(Adverse) Event of Interest: Every physician/scientist/clinician magical synopsis (or a nightmare)
Analysis of Similar Event.
What is a Univariate?
− A discrepancy automatically created by
OC during Data Entry or Batch Loading
− When the data entered is not the
expected data according to the specified
− Data Type and Partial Date are the only
types of univariates for which we can
modify the question attributes to
influence the univariate discrepancy
Oracle Clinical stores all values to questions in a table called the
The responses are stored either in Value_Text or
− Data is stored in VALUE_TEXT if the data type, length, format
and value is valid.
− Data is stored in EXCEPTION_VALUE_TEXT if the data type,
length, format or value is not valid.
The VALUE_TEXT and EXCEPTION_VALUE_TEXT are extended
attributes of the questions.
Discrete Value Group:
− Set of valid responses to a question
− Used when a list of choices is offered on the CRF
Checkboxes on the CRF page may be drop-down inTAO
− Created and assigned to a question at the Glib level
− 3 types of DVGs:
- Internal DVGs
- Alpha DVGs
- Thesaurus DVGs
Adverse Event comparison report: To show recently added and updated (follow-ups) AEs since the last the PSUR. Highlight the PTs with a change of >= 5% from the current PSUR period compared to the previous PSUR period.
PTname, Count of PTs – Current, Count of PTs – Previous, Count of PTs since the Day 1, Percentage N