Clinical Research in Maternal Fetal Medicine
Clinical research in prenatal medicine is a field of healthcare science that establishes the efficacy of devices , treatment procedures, medications, diagnostic tools purposeful for prenatal care. These are also used for treatment, to relieve the symptoms, diagnosis and prevention of both fetus and the mother. Clinical practice is different from clinical research. In clinical research verifications and confirmations are saved to initiate a treatment whereas in clinical practice treatments are used which are already created. There will be four phase process for all clinical trials which involves new drug. The process in each phase has a drug approval procedure and it is considered as each trial.
- Track 1-1 Fetal Anaemia
- Track 2-2 CMV Infection and Rehabilitate
- Track 3-3 Clinical Trial in Uterine Fibroids
- Track 4-4 Previalble PROM