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Allocation of treatments

Associated with the randomization module, the management of processing units allows to manage product availability and their allocation at randomisation.

The list of products is independent of the balancing method and can be updated at the start or as one continues with the randomisations. In case of a randomisation error, an unusable product or supply problems, the management module of the processing units can react to the situation quickly at any time.



Associated advantages and features:

  • Adding of products by Excel file import or unit entry;
  • Email notification at randomisation;
  • Consideration of expiry dates, batch No.;
  • Monitoring table of allocation and availability;
  • Possibility to make the product available/unavailable;
  • Management of minimum stock alert;
  • Optional deallocation of the product when cancelling a randomisation.


The centre, as does the central pharmacy and the coordination, knows its situation at any time. Associated with the randomisation module and with eCRF , this module guarantees full management of your clinical trial.

Center's available treatments Allocations follow up

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Medsharing in figures
(Figures 2015)
78,000 patients since 2003 for over 130 studies.
  
26 Registries / Observatories.
49 Studies.
61 Clinical Trials
31 Randomizations (without eCRF)

47 Drug Studies
28 DM Studies

66 Ongoing studies.

Figures 2015


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