Well-conducted randomized controlled trials definition

Well-conducted randomized controlled trials means that two or more treatments are compared to each other, and the patient is not allowed to choose which treatment is received.
Well-conducted randomized controlled trials means that two or more treatments are compared to each other, the patient is not allowed to choose which treatment is received, and neither the provider nor the patient is informed as to which treatment the patient is receiving.

Related to Well-conducted randomized controlled trials

  • Pivotal Clinical Trial means (i) a human clinical trial of a Product that is intended to be a pivotal trial for obtaining Regulatory Approval (e.g., in the United States such clinical trial is conducted after the end of phase 2 meeting with the FDA) and to otherwise establish safety and efficacy in patients with the disease or condition being studied and to provide an adequate basis for physician labeling, for purposes of filing a MAA for Product, and that would satisfy the requirements under 21 C.F.R. 312.21(c) or foreign equivalents thereof, or (ii) any other clinical trial that is intended to establish that a pharmaceutical product is safe and efficacious for its intended use, and to determine warnings, precautions, and adverse reactions that are associated with such pharmaceutical product in the dosage range to be prescribed, which clinical trial is a registration trial intended to be sufficient for filing an application for a Regulatory Approval for such product in the United States or another country or some or all of an extra-national territory, solely as evidenced by the acceptance for filing for a Regulatory Approval for such product after completion of such clinical trial.

  • Phase IIb Clinical Trial means a relatively longer and larger Phase II Clinical Study designed to study the effectiveness of different doses of a particular Product against placebo or other positive controls for a particular Indication in patients with the disease or condition under study, which is determined by the PDC to be a Phase IIB Clinical Study.

  • Phase IV Clinical Trial means a product support clinical trial of a Product commenced after receipt of Regulatory Approval in the country where such trial is conducted. A Phase IV Clinical Trial may include epidemiological studies, modeling and pharmacoeconomic studies, and investigator-sponsored clinical trials studying Product that are approved by the JDC and that otherwise fit the foregoing definition.

  • Phase II Clinical Trials means those trials in the Territory on a limited number of patients that are designed to establish the safety and biological activity of a drug for its intended use and to define warnings, precautions and adverse reactions that are associated with the drug in the dosage range to be prescribed.

  • Phase I Clinical Trial means a human clinical trial that is intended to initially evaluate the safety and/or pharmacological effect of a Product in subjects or that would otherwise satisfy requirements of 21 C.F.R. 312.21(a), or its foreign equivalent.

  • Phase 2 Clinical Trial means a human clinical trial of a product in any country that would satisfy the requirements of 21 C.F.R. 312.21(b) and is intended to explore a variety of doses, dose response, and duration of effect, and to generate initial evidence of clinical safety and activity in a target patient population, or a similar clinical study prescribed by the relevant Regulatory Authorities in a country other than the United States.

  • Phase I Clinical Study means, as to a particular Licensed Product, an initial clinical study in humans with the purpose of assessing the Licensed Product’s safety, tolerability, toxicity, pharmacokinetics or other pharmacological properties.

  • Approved clinical trial means a phase I, phase II, phase III, or phase IV clinical trial that is conducted in relation to the prevention, detection, or treatment of cancer or other life-threatening disease or condition and is described in any of the following:

  • Phase II Clinical Trial means a human clinical trial in any country that is intended to initially evaluate the effectiveness of a Product for a particular indication or indications in patients with the disease or indication under study or would otherwise satisfy requirements of 21 CFR 312.21(b), or its foreign equivalent.

  • Clinical Trial means any human clinical trial of a Product.

  • Phase II Clinical Study means, as to a particular Licensed Product for a particular indication, a controlled and lawful study in humans of the safety, dose ranging and efficacy of such Licensed Product for such indication, which is prospectively designed to generate sufficient data (if successful) to commence a Phase III Clinical Trial of such Licensed Product for such indication.

  • Phase III Clinical Trials means those trials on sufficient numbers of patients that are designed to establish that a drug is safe and efficacious for its intended use, and to define warnings, precautions and adverse reactions that are associated with the drug in the to be prescribed dosage range, and supporting Regulatory Approval of such drug.

  • Phase I Trial means a clinical trial of a Licensed Product in human patients designated as a Phase I Trial and conducted primarily for the purpose of determining the safety of and/or the metabolism and pharmacologic actions of the Licensed Product in humans, as described under 21 CFR § 312.21(a) (as hereafter modified or amended) and any of its foreign equivalents. For purposes of this definition, Phase I Trial shall specifically exclude trials in healthy volunteers.

  • Phase 1 Clinical Trial means a human clinical trial of a product in any country, the principal purpose of which is a preliminary determination of safety in healthy individuals or patients, that would satisfy the requirements of 21 C.F.R. 312.21(a), or a similar clinical study prescribed by the relevant Regulatory Authorities in a country other than the United States.

  • Phase 3 Clinical Trial means a human clinical trial of a product in any country that would satisfy the requirements of 21 C.F.R. 312.21(c) and is intended to (a) establish that the product is safe and efficacious for its intended use, (b) define warnings, precautions and adverse reactions that are associated with the product in the dosage range to be prescribed, and (c) support Regulatory Approval for such product.

  • Clinical Trials means a controlled study in humans of the safety or efficacy of a Product, and includes, without limitation, such clinical trials as are designed to support expanded labeling or to satisfy the requirements of an Agency in connection with any Product Approval and any other human study used in research and Development of a Product.

  • Phase III Clinical Study means, as to a particular Licensed Product, a clinical study in humans that is prospectively designed to assess the safety and effectiveness of such Licensed Product in a manner sufficient to file a Drug Approval Application for the Indication under investigation in the study. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, a clinical study shall be deemed to be a “Phase III Clinical Study” hereunder if such study has been designated by the sponsor as a Phase III clinical trial on www.clinicaltrials.gov (or any successor website maintained by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (or any successor agency of the U.S. Government)).

  • Phase III Clinical Trial means a human clinical trial in any country, the results of which could be used to establish safety and efficacy of a Product as a basis for an NDA or would otherwise satisfy requirements of 21 CFR 312.21(c), or its foreign equivalent.

  • Phase 4 Clinical Trial means a product support clinical trial of a Product that is commenced after receipt of MAA Approval in the country where such trial is conducted. Phase 4 Clinical Trial may include epidemiological studies, modeling and pharmacoeconomic studies and post-marketing surveillance trials.

  • Clinical Study or “Clinical Studies” means a Phase 1 Trial, Phase 2 Trial, Phase 3 Trial or Phase 4 Trial, or such other study in humans that is conducted in accordance with good clinical practices and is designed to generate data in support or maintenance of an NDA, MAA or other similar marketing application.

  • Study means the investigation to be conducted in accordance with the Protocol.

  • Phase II Trial means a clinical trial of a Licensed Product on patients, including possibly pharmacokinetic and dose ranging studies, the principal purposes of which are to make a preliminary determination that such Licensed Product is safe for its intended use and to obtain sufficient information about such Licensed Product’s efficacy to permit the design of further clinical trials, and generally consistent with 21 CFR §312.21(b), or its successor regulation, or the equivalent in any foreign country.

  • Phase I Study means a human clinical trial in any country that would satisfy the requirements of 21 C.F.R. § 312.21(a) (FDCA), as amended from time to time, and the foreign equivalent thereof.

  • Phase III Trial means a clinical trial of a Licensed Product in human patients, which is designated as a Phase III Trial or a pivotal trial and is designed (a) to establish that the Licensed Product is safe and efficacious for its intended use; (b) to define warnings, precautions and adverse reactions that are associated with the Licensed Product in the dosage range to be prescribed; and (c) to be, either by itself or together with one or more other clinical trials having a comparable design and size, the final human clinical trial in support of Regulatory Approval of the Licensed Product, and (d) consistent with 21 CFR § 312.21(c) (as hereafter modified or amended) and any of its foreign equivalents.

  • Phase III Study means a human clinical trial that is prospectively designed to demonstrate statistically whether a product is safe and effective for use in humans in a manner sufficient to obtain regulatory approval to market such product in patients having the disease or condition being studied as described in 21 C.F.R. § 312.21(c) (FDCA), as amended from time to time, and the foreign equivalent thereof.

  • Clinical Studies means Phase 0, Phase I, Phase II, Phase III, and such other tests and studies in human subjects that are required by Applicable Law, or otherwise recommended by the Regulatory Authorities, to obtain or maintain Regulatory Approvals for a Licensed Product for one (1) or more Indications, including tests or studies that are intended to expand the Product Labeling for such Licensed Product with respect to such Indication.