Definitions for "Phase IV"
Keywords:  efficacy, fda, safety, snda, approval
Phase IV studies are additional studies performed after a regulatory approval of the drug and are sometimes referred to as "post-marketing" studies. The purpose of these studies is to gain broader understanding of the safety of the drug in the intended population or to secure approval for use in new indications
a surveillance study that further details the safety and effectiveness of a particular drug--usually the last phase of a treatment before it is approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
sometimes the FDA approves a drug for general use but requires to manufacturer to continue to monitor its effects; during phase IV the drug may be tried on slightly different patient populations than those studied in earlier trials
Keywords:  nigel, horton, lynne, saul, davenport
Phase IV is an American science fiction film, made in 1974. It is the only feature-length film directed by the noted title designer Saul Bass. It starred Nigel Davenport, Michael Murphy, Lynne Frederick and Helen Horton (who later provided the voice of "Mother" in Alien).
The anticipated next version of MediaWiki. See also Wikipedia:Software Phase IV.