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New Branch in Ireland Expands MedSciNet’s Reach

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MedSciNet continues its international growth and development with the opening of a subsidiary company in Ireland. The new branch is based in Cork, an important educational centre in Ireland and home to a number of the country’s top universities and research institutes. More

MedSciNet Clinical Trial Framework Is CE Certified

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The Swedish Medical Products Agency has certified the registration of the MedSciNet Clinical Trial Framework (CTF) as a Class I medical device meeting high safety and performance requirements, declaring the platform’s conformity with the standards for sale and use throughout the 30-country European Economic Area (EEA). More

Preterm Clinical Network Database Goes Live

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The PCN Database developed by MedSciNet for the UK Preterm Clinical Network (UKPCN) recently received final approvals and is now live. The online database is crucial to the work of this international network of doctors, midwives, and researchers to improve care and outcomes for women at risk of preterm birth. More

MedSciNet powers Zika virus data sharing platform

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MedSciNet is developing a unique, online, data sharing platform for research into the association between microcephaly and exposure to Zika virus in pregnancy. The data include ultrasound, CT and MR images of fetal and newborn heads, as well as anonymised clinical information. More

Major new release of MedSciNet Builder in development

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MedSciNet Builder is undergoing a complete and thorough overhaul as part of the next major release. The new version is designed to make the most user-friendly study application creator on the market even better! Development is underway and users can expect to get access the new MedSciNet Builder later this year. More

Study on health effects of shared custody alternating housing for preschool children

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MedSciNet has developed the online platform and database for the BVC-Elvis study. The project will investigate the health status of preschool children with alternating housing, due to shared custody of the parents after separation. The study will also evaluate novel methods aimed at increasing family involvement in health-promoting processes. More

MedSciNet Launches Database for Phase III trial in Intrahepatic Cholestasis of Pregnancy

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MedSciNet has launched the database for the PITCHES study, which aims to evaluate ursodeoxycholic acid (UDCA) as treatment for intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy. It is sponsored by King's College London and led by Dr Lucy Chappell. The goal is to strengthen current clinical guidelines for diagnosis and management of obstetric cholestasis and to protect the unborn children from poor outcomes. More

Treatment Of Brain AVMs (TOBAS) trial is online

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MedSciNet has launched the online database for the Treatment Of Brain AVMs (TOBAS) trial, operated by the Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM). It is a pragmatic, prospective, multicenter, randomized, controlled trial and registry, which offers a care trial context for brain arteriovenous malformation (AVM) patients, including surgical resection, radiosurgery or endovascular embolization, alone or combined. More

MedSciNet Powers Unique Stem Cell Brittle-Bone Study

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MedSciNet is implementing the online database for the “Boost Brittle Bones Before Birth” (BOOSTB4) project, which is coordinated by Karolinska Institutet but will be run as a collaboration between several leading European research centres and companies. For the first time, a study will be conducted involving the transplantation of stem cells into fetuses with the brittle-bone disease osteogenesis imperfecta, which causes repeated fractures, often before birth. More

DupCheck available to MedSciNet clients

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MedSciNet users will now be able to run DupCheck in the background of their applications, as part of a collaborative effort between MedSciNet and DupCheck. DupCheck is a web-based tool used globally to screen for duplicate patients in clinical trials across studies, sponsors and therapeutic areas. More

MedSciNet Builder User Workshops

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The MedSciNet Builder User Workshops are up and running in Stockholm! Join us in these workshop sessions focusing on Online Clinical Data Management using MedSciNet Builder, a powerful and intuitive tool for creating online applications for studies and clinical trials. More

Pre-eclampsia in Hospital: Early Induction or Expectant Management (Phoenix)

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MedSciNet has implemented and helped launch the online database for Phoenix, an Oxford University co-ordinated multi-centre randomised trial to determine whether delivery in women with pre-eclampsia between 34 and 37 weeks of gestation reduces maternal complications without short and long term detriment to the infant compared to expectant management and delivery at 37 weeks of gestation. More

The Swedish Pregnancy Register

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MedSciNet has implemented and launched an updated and revised version of The Swedish National Pregnancy Registry. Tasked with collecting, processing, and analysing patient data relating to Sweden’s 110,000 annual births, the registry is designed to help develop and improve the quality of care for the country’s pregnant women and their newborns. More

ERAS Interactive Audit System

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MedSciNet has completed the implementation of the data entry module for ERAS Interactive Audit System, used for following the patients’ progress through the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative phases as part of the ERAS multimodal perioperative care pathway designed to achieve early recovery for patients undergoing major surgery. More

Each Baby Counts

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MedSciNet has implemented and helped launch the online database for The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists’ (RCOG) national quality improvement programme Each Baby Counts. The programme is aimed at reducing the number of babies who die or are left severely disabled as a result of incidents occurring during term labour. More

MedSciNet Announces Strategic Alliance with ANTAEA

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MedSciNet AB has joined forces in Strategic Alliance with ANTAEA Medical Services of Athens, Greece, to expand its market reach in Southeast Europe, North Africa, Middle East, and the Gulf Area. More

MedSciNet Partners with Folding Space

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MedSciNet has entered into collaboration with Folding Space to address the growing needs of medical companies and institutions wishing to outsource their document IT needs to skilled partners who can offer expertise, experience, and solutions at cost effective rates. More

Nordic Life Science Days 2014

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MedSciNet will be participating in Nordic Life Science Days 2014, the largest Life Science partnering conference in the Nordic region, to be held on September 7-9 in Stockholm, Sweden. More

MedSciNet Teams up with Biomapas in Clinical Trials Expertise

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MedSciNet has joined forces with Biomapas to expand its market reach in Central and Eastern Europe. While MedSciNet will provide Biomapas with its world-class IT technical expertise in clinical trials and medical software solutions, Biomapas will support MedSciNet with its global market development strategies. More

MedSciNet's Applications Go Mobile

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MedSciNet is announcing the release of Mobile CTF, a version of the Clinical Trial Framework designed for mobile devices. While building on the core strengths of our classic CTF platform, MedSciNet's Mobile CTF features an intuitive user interface tailored for comfortable operation on handheld devices allowing the users to access their MedSciNet applications on the go. More

AIMS: Antibiotics In Miscarriage Surgery

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MedSciNet has developed and helped launch the online database for AIMS, a multinational trial to study the effectiveness of antibiotic prophylaxis in reducing the risk of infection resulting from the surgical evacuation of the uterus for miscarriage management in low income countries. More

BIO-Europe Spring 2014 Conference

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MedSciNet will be participating in the BIO-Europe Spring 2014 Conference. The conference is the springtime counterpart to EBD Group's flagship conference, BIO-Europe and will be held on March 10-12 at the Oval Lingotto conference centre in Turin, Italy. More

UKEPSS Study of Caesarean Scar Pregnancy

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MedSciNet has developed and helped launch the online database for The UK Early Pregnancy Surveillance Service (UKEPSS) study of caesarean scar pregnancy. The study aims to conduct research into diagnosis of caesarean scar pregnancy as well as its incidence, symptoms and signs, risk factors, treatment, and outcomes. More

IMPROvED: Improved Pregnancy Outcomes via Early Detection

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MedSciNet has implemented and helped launch the online database and biobank for IMPROvED, a multi-centre clinical study of predictive testing for pre-eclampsia, with clinical centres in Ireland, U.K, Germany, Sweden, and the Netherlands. More

MedSciNet Sponsors TEDx Stockholm

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MedSciNet has become a proud sponsor of TEDx Stockholm, a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED–like experience where TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. More

MedSciNet to Participate in a UK Science and Innovation Network Event

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On behalf of the British Embassy, UK Trade & Investment (UKTI), and UK Science and Innovation Network, MedSciNet has been invited to participate in Laying the Foundations for the Next Generation of Nobel-Winning Research & Innovation – a UK and Swedish Perspective. The event will take place at Konserthuset in Stockholm on December 6. More

EASI: The Endovascular Acute Stroke Interventional Trial

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MedSciNet has implemented and helped launch EASI, a randomised, controlled multi-centre trial with the objective of comparing intra-arterial thrombectomy by endovascular means to standard medical treatment in patients with stroke due to occlusion of proximal large cerebral arteries. More

CIT-09: 11C-5-HTP PET in Clinical Islet Transplantation

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MedSciNet has designed and launched the online application and database for CIT-09, a NIH-sponsored multi-center observational study assessing the use of positron emission tomography (PET) CT imaging to quantify the beta cell mass (BCM) in subjects who have received an islet transplant. More

INFANT Centre Launch

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MedSciNet was invited to participate in the launch of INFANT: The Irish Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research. Founded upon over a decade of collaborative research and academic and industry partnerships, INFANT is a world-class research centre with focus on discovery and innovation in perinatal healthcare. More

ROLO Kids, an EarlyNutrition Study

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MedSciNet has finished development of the online application for ROLO Kids – a longitudinal follow-up study to the ROLO trial with the objective of determining whether a low glycaemic index diet during pregnancies could reduce offspring body fat mass at the age of 5 years. More

The Preeclampsia Registry

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MedSciNet has implemented and helped launch The Preeclampsia Registry. The registry is sponsored by Preeclampsia Foundation and is intended for collecting medical and other data from patients affected by preeclampsia and other pregnancy disorders to assist medical research into the causes, consequences, and treatments of these diseases. More

IATI-BioMed 2013

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MedSciNet will be participating in IATI BioMed, an international annual conference in the field of innovations in biomedicine, healthcare, and life science to be held on June 10-12 in Tel Aviv, Israel. More

BIHIVE: Validation of biomarkers in hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy

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MedSciNet has implemented and launched the BIHIVE study. The study aims to establish the evidence base and validation of predictive biomarkers in hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy (HIE) and develop a bedside diagnostic algorithm for identifying infants at risk of HIE in time to prevent secondary damage. More

Lithuanian Registry for Acute Coronary Syndromes

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MedSciNet has developed and launched a registry for acute coronary syndromes for the Lithuanian Society of Cardiology. The registry will help improve the quality of cardiac treatment by introducing standard checklists and facilitating the exchange of data between hospitals. More

Sweden Days in Dnepropetrovsk

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MedSciNet was invited by the Swedish Trade Council to present the platform for National Quality Registers during the Sweden Days in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine on November 28-30, 2012. More

Life Sciences Baltics 2012

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MedSciNet will be exhibiting at the Life Sciences Baltics 2012 Conference, held on September 12-14 in Vilnius, Lithuania. The conference will explore the potential of the life sciences industries in the Baltics and serve to foster the cooperation with the world's leading science and industry organisations. More

LINK Registry

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MedSciNet has helped develop and launch the LINK registry, a searchable database of pregnancy and birth cohort studies from around the world with a goal to connect researchers and their collections and promote new collaborations. More

SITHS-card Authentication

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MedSciNet has finished implementing the support for SITHS-card as a secure two-factor application authentication method for its database applications and is currently offering this functionality as an optional add-on to its new and existing projects. More

Clinical Research Facility Scheduling System

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MedSciNet has developed an electronic scheduling system to help coordinate clinical research facility administration and successfully deployed it at GSTT Clinical Research Facilities at Guy's and St Thomas' hospitals in London, UK. More

EarlyNutrition Project

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MedSciNet has been chosen to develop and implement a web-based technical platform for the EarlyNutrition Project, an international collaborative investigation into long term effects of early nutrition on later health. More

Two-Factor Authentication

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To meet the requirements of Swedish regulation concerning the privacy and security of Swedish National Quality Registry systems, MedSciNet has developed a two-factor authentication method as an optional module for its online solutions. More