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Choosing the right imaging device for your clinical trial
Photographs or images of the healing progress of wounds, ulcers or skin conditions during a clinical trial are increasingly required as endpoint proof of the safety and efficacy of the treatments being tested. However, imaging introduces more complexity and a number of variables to a clinical trial, which in turn creates opportunities for errors in your research.
This paper outlines some of the key considerations for choosing an imaging device for clinical trials on skin disruption and wound treatments to ensure that the results of your trial are usable.
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