Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2006 12:35:30 -0800
Sender: "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
Subject: Re: Question on Data cleansing in Clinical Trails
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It might also be possible that the measured unit is not mg/dL. This
happens when the lab data is collected at different sites which use
"Sridhar, Kumar" wrote:
> Pull the CRF for the patient and visit where it is 570 mg/dL. If that
> says 570 mg/dL then that's what you've got to go by. Otherwise, check
> with your Data management group and see what they've got to say about
> this. Generally Lab data is dirty so you've got to be doubly careful
> when handling this. IMHO, it looks like the dosing value was messed up.
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> Bhavani Shankar
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> Subject: Question on Data cleansing in Clinical Trails
> While collecting the data from Clinical research organization. I found
> that the Blood Sugar value is 460mg/dL in some cases 570mg/dL in one
> case ( Normal value is 64 to 110 mg/dL).
> How do I know whether it is a Data Error while entering the data value
> or is it the impact of the drug that was administered.
> Please suggest an idea to solve this