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Randomizer for Clinical Trial

This application is designed for investigators, study groups, investigation centres, looking for a practical, intuitive and reliable randomization system

This application is designed for investigators, study groups, investigation centres, looking for a practical, intuitive and reliable randomization system

Randomizer for Clinical Trial

by Regis Bournique
Randomizer for Clinical Trial
Randomizer for Clinical Trial
Randomizer for Clinical Trial

What is it about?

This application is designed for investigators, study groups, investigation centres, looking for a practical, intuitive and reliable randomization system.

Randomizer for Clinical Trial

App Details

Version
2.3
Rating
NA
Size
14Mb
Genre
Medical Utilities
Last updated
June 6, 2017
Release date
November 18, 2012
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App Store Description

This application is designed for investigators, study groups, investigation centres, looking for a practical, intuitive and reliable randomization system.

Ideal for phase I and II monocentric studies or multicentric studies balancing by center.

This Randomizer for Clinical Trail version allows you to:
- Generate multiple randomization;
- Automatically balancing per blocks the arms of your study;
- Set the study name, arms names, the size of the randomization block, the number of patients expected;
- Set optional information about the patient as name, date of birth, ICF signing, inclusion criteria matching;
- Have access to the randomization follow up table (number of patient expected, number of patient currently randomized in each arm, …);
- Have access to the randomization list;
- Have access to the patient details table (randomization number, patient’s name, date and time of the randomization, arm allocation).