Clinical Research & Clinical Trials: Academic Perspective

Clinical research is branch of medical science that discover the efficacy and accuracy of medicine, medical devices and treatment. This includes systemic, observational and experimental biomedical studies. Clinical research plays a major role in the prevention of disease state, treatment, diagnosis and cure of various health disorders. This involves a period of events from pre-clinical animal testing to several stages of drug development. Pre-clinical reviews and non-clinical studies is a phase of pre-clinical research that starts before clinical trials. Treatment research includes an intervention they are medication, psychotherapy, new approaches to surgery. Prevention research looks for more effective ways to prevent diseases and disorders. Diagnostic research is the practice of expecting for more effective ways to identify disorder condition. Screening research is to find the better ways to detect several diseases and health disorders. Quality of life trials ways to enhance comfort and quality of life for individuals with a chronic illness. Genetic studies target to upgrade the forecast of disorders by establishing and comprehension how genes and illness may be relate.

 

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