How do you drive advances in transplantation and deliver the best care possible?
For starters, you collect and study data on defined populations.
Ready to help is the EDIT™ Research Database (EDITRSDB), an extension of EDIT’s basic study capabilities. EDITRSDB allows you to extract databases for given populations, excluding blinded data and including patient identifiers if authorized. You can even merge study populations for cross comparisons.
Once a database has been extracted, EDITRSDB provides an environment where researchers can analyze and group topics such as labs, medications, medical conditions, organ rejection, recurrence, survival, biochemical profiling, and pathology for both the patient and donor populations.
You can generate spreadsheet-like templates to gather additional data or enter a physician’s notes. And you can store these data points for on-going analysis.