Suprawatch
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Thailand,
2015-10-07 09:27
(edited by Ohlbe on 2015-10-07 09:41)

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 sampling time point deviation [Study Per­for­mance]

about blood drawing, how to manage deviation from sampling time point over and above recording actual time and how to know when we accept or reject that deviation Are there standard protocol or acceptance criteria for handling deviation ???


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unique_one
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India,
2015-10-09 06:58
(edited by Ohlbe on 2015-10-09 10:03)

@ Suprawatch
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 sampling time point deviation

Dear Suprawatch,

Any deviation in the blood draw needs to be considered in the calculation of the actual time of sample collection.

The actual sampling time needs to be accepted and considered for your overall calculations.

These needs to be defined prior in the protocol of your study.

Regards,
unique_one


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Beholder
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Russia,
2015-10-15 15:41

@ Suprawatch
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 sampling time point deviation

Hello Suprawatch,

May be this will be useful.
Hope it helps.


Edit: Maybe this one as well. [Helmut]

Best regards
Beholder
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