Protocol, Advanced Statistics

Protocol is the formal document outlining the proposed process for carrying out the clinical trial. The basic features of the document are to study the objectives, patient selection criteria, methods of patient evaluation,  treatment schedules, trial design, procedures for dealing with the protocol violations and plans for the statistical analysis.

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