characteristics that must be met by all who participate in a clinical trial.
see Eligibility Criteria
When determining a patient’s eligibility for a clinical trial, inclusion criteria describe those factors that must be present in order for a candidate to participate in the study.
The specific medical and demographic criteria that must be met by subjects to be considered suitable for participation in the study. See also Screening
the criteria that prospective subjects must meet to be eligible for participation in a study.
The conditions which a person must meet to join a clinical trial.
factors such as age, level of injury, time post injury, functional ability that define who is accepted into a specific clinical trial.
The factors used to judge a participant's eligibility for inclusion in a trial. There is an underlying rationale for the criteria selected. The rationale relates to the questions that the researchers are trying to answer by conducting the trial.
list of things (clinical state, blood values, etc.) that are required of every participant in a clinical trial at time of entry
All characteristics identified in the protocol portion of the study which a patient must have in order to be enrolled in a particular study.
Criteria, set in advance, for who may be able to be in a research study. For example, all persons with cystic fibrosis may be able to be considered for participation in a particular study.
A list of requirements that a person must meet to be eligible to participate in a research project, as specified in the protocol
the factors that allow someone to participate in a clinical study are called "inclusion criteria". These criteria are based on many factors such as age, the type and stage of a disorder, previous treatment history, other medical conditions and ability to follow the study protocol or rules.
The factors that allow you to participate in a Clinical Trial are called Inclusion Criteria.
These criteria are the standards determining whether a person may or may not be allowed to enter a clinical trial. The criteria are based on such factors as age, gender, the type and stage of a condition, previous treatment history, and other medical conditions. It is important to note that inclusion and exclusion criteria are not used to reject people personally, but rather to identify appropriate participants and keep them safe.
A list of criteria that must be met by all study subjects.
The standards as outlined in the protocol used to determine whether a person might be allowed to participate in a clinical trial. It is important to note that inclusion and exclusion criteria are not used to reject people personally, but rather to identify appropriate participants and keep them safe.
A list of requirements that must be met for a patient to be included in a study, or that studies must meet to be included in a systematic review. The York Review website gives further information on its criteria.
conditions that must be met in order to be eligible for a clinical trial.
The set of requirements (e.g., age, health status) that a patient must meet to be included in a clinical trial are called inclusion criteria.
See Inclusion/Exclusion Criteria.
The criteria that are established to decide which patients are included in a study or trial (white males with hypertension, post-menopausal women with breast cancer).
The specific characteristics that all participants must have to enter a clinical trial.
The medical or social standards determining whether a person may or may not be allowed to enter a clinical trial. For example, some trials may not include persons with chronic liver disease, or may exclude persons with certain drug allergies; others may exclude men or women or only include persons with a lowered T cell count.
The list of elements in a person's medical history necessary to allow an individual to participate in a specific clinical trial.
Factors which must be present in order for patient to enroll in a trial. Commonly included are age, performance status, measurable disease, and aspects of medical and treatment history. For scientific validity all criteria must be met for enrollment in a trial.
The medical determining of whether a patient may or may not be allowed to participate in a clinical trial. For example, some trials may not include persons with chronic liver disease, or may exclude persons with certain drug allergies.