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January-March 2023 | Vol 14 | Issue  1 Table ofContents RSS Feed
Editorial
Declaration of Helsinki: Can it still serve as a North star for ethics in regulatory trials?
Sanish Davis
One of the central missions of the World Medical Association (WMA) in its role as the global organization of physicians is to ensure the highest possible standard of ethical clinical practice and medi...
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Review Article
Strategies for participant retention in long term clinical trials: A participant –centric approaches
Subramani Poongothai, Ranjit Mohan Anjana, Ramasamy Aarthy, Ranjit Unnikrishnan, KM Venkat Narayan, Mohammed K Ali, Kulasegaran Karkuzhali, Viswanathan Mohan
A clinical trial is the most foolproof method to evaluate the efficacy of a new intervention. Successful completion of clinical trials depends on the retention of the participants enrolled. Poor parti...
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Original Article
Impact of medical conditions and medications received during pregnancy on adverse birth outcomes: A hospital-based prospective case–control study
Krishna Undela, Parthasarathi Gurumurthy, MS Sujatha
Purpose: In view of the raising rate of adverse birth outcomes (ABOs) across the globe, this study was conducted to assess the impact of medical conditions and medications received during pregn...
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Original Article
Assessment of risk of bias in randomized controlled trials published in Indian journals pertaining to pharmacology
Saurabh R Patil, Shruti Shripad Bhide
Context: Number of trials in India shows an increasing trend. As these trials will shape clinical practice, their quality is of utmost importance. Among many tools to assess the quality of rand...
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