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What are the Endpoints for Clinical Trials?

Posted by Doctor Dan on Sep 8, 2016 8:24:59 AM

The measure of how the drug affects the physical, mental, cognitive, and emotional state of an individual denotes the clinical endpoint. In any clinical research of a disease the endpoints of this research includes, reoccurrence of the disease after using the drug, any other symptoms, death rate post drug usage, rate of survival of disease post using the drug, etc. The overall response during and after the usage of the drug also counts as the endpoint.


Many technologies are developed to study and analyze the endpoints of clinical trials. These technologies have extensive modules of libraries schemas, and algorithms that are used to calculate the endpoint data of the clinical trials of any drug. These methods ensure that the quality and the accuracy are not compromised when using the system. It provides a wide spectrum of functionality for managers who deal with clinical trials on a regular basis.

There are umpteen benefits of analyzing endpoints in clinical trials. They ensure that the same disease does not recur given the physical condition. They are meant to decrease the pain and increase the rate of survival. For instance, in cancer treatments, tumor shrinkage can be used as an endpoint. The length of the time between the curing of the disease as well the relapse is calculated as an endpoint. The response rate of any drug is also considered as an endpoint in a clinical trial.

The quality of life is improved as an objective of conducting these trails. The negative side effects of any drugs are minimized using these methods of analysis. Disappearance of tumors or no occurrence of disease is also considered as endpoints. For each disease or physical ailment, lists of endpoints are calculated to analyze the effectiveness of the drug. List of these endpoints are chosen for study to cure a specific disease through drugs.

Topics: Clinical Research