Clinical trials are scientific investigations focused on the investigation of the efficacy and safety of new drugs. They are designed aiming to provide answers to scientific questions related to prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases.
By conducting clinical research we develop therapeutic treatments for diseases aiming at more efficient healthcare, improved quality of life and expansion of treatment options.
Clinical Trials Categories:
Interventional Clinical Trials
Interventional clinical trials are conducted in humans and are intended to define and document the indications, safety and efficacy of an investigational drug with simultaneous determination of side effects and clinical and pharmacological characteristics.
Non-Interventional Clinical Trials
Non-Interventional Clinical Trials are those studies in which the drug is prescribed based on the instructions contained in the marketing authorization and under the protocol of the study, patients are not included in any additional diagnostic or therapeutic intervention.
Classification of Clinical Trials: