Case Study: Using CluePoints to Identify Severe Propagation in Vital Sign Measurements

In clinical trials, questions about propagation (replication or duplication) of vital sign measurements may be raised when sequences of values are observed. Issues of propagation have been reported in trials that involve measurements being repeatedly collected across numerous patient visits.

The occurrence of sequences in this instance may reveal investigator errors or sloppiness, and could indicate that the values of interest have not been measured on a particular visit, meaning that values from a previous visit have been re-entered or even invented instead.

Download the case study to discover how CluePoints assessed the quality, accuracy and consistency of the phase III ophthalmology study after its completion.


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