HOW CAN YOU ENSURE YOUR STUDY TIMELINE STAYS ON TRACK?
Asthma, a reactive airway disease is not easily defined, nor is there a standard primary endpoint for the assessment of a treatment’s efficacy on asthma. A range of clinical trial endpoint measures can be used, such as lung function measurements including forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1) and peak expiratory flow (PEF). Home spirometry monitoring is key in capturing exacerbation endpoints and generating automated notifications for high eosinophil count or when a patient is unable to visit a site.
ACHIEVE THE HIGHEST DATA QUALITY AND REDUCE VARIABILITY
Knowing your site and patient selection process is optimized, and data collection and interpretation is garnering quality, acceptable data is paramount to your trial’s success. ERT has partnered with sponsors on over 350 clinical trials for the treatment of asthma.
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Integrated Hub for Spirometry that measures lung function and cardiac safety endpoints, and integrates with Imaging endpoint collection and eCOA. Collects FVC, FEV1, PEF, ECG, FeNO, and airway resistance measurements.
Smart, portable, and affordable system for the measurement, recording, and assessment of accurate lung function parameters. Collects FVC, FEV1, and PEF.
(integrates with MasterScope) For assessing lung inflammation using FeNO (fractional exhaled Nitric Oxide) testing to determine airway disease and effectiveness of inhaled steroids. Collects FeNO
(integrates with MasterScope) Using a vibrating mesh to superimpose gentle, multi-frequency oscillations of sound waves on top of normal tidal breathing to measure respiratory impedance as lung resistance (R) and reactance (X). Collects airway resistance measurements.
Easy-to-use home spirometer and electronic diary (eDiary) measures and saves all relevant expiratory flow-volume parameters and records symptoms, events and medication. Collects FEV1 and PEF.
A home spirometry sensor in conjunction with the iSpiro App collects full spirometry at home, enabling remote collection of pulmonary endpoints. Collects FVC, FEV1, and PEF.
Collects respiratory patient questionnaires for real-time insights into patient safety and study performance.
Captures, reads, and stores ECGs centrally to avoid the risk of false or inaccurate data.
Measures and analyzes imaging endpoints like chest computed tomography (CT) to provide in-demand evidence of drug safety and efficacy.