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Patient Profiles Using SAS

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Patient Profiles Using SAS
presented by Dan Heath, SAS Institute, Inc.

This presentation shows how to create visual patient profiles for clinical studies.

Patient profiles provide information on a specific subject participating in a study. The report includes relevant data for a subject that can help correlate adverse events to concomitant medications and other significant events as a narrative or a visual report. This presentation covers the creation of the graphs useful for visual reports from CDISC data. It includes a graph of the adverse events by time and severity, graphs of concomitant medications, vital signs and labs. All the graphs are plotted on a uniform timeline, so the adverse events can be correlated correctly with the concomitant medications, vital signs and labs.




Presented at the SAS Users of Oregon Conference 2013 in Salem, OR.
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