What are the rows present in protocol Violation table?




Answers were Sorted based on User's Feedback



What are the rows present in protocol Violation table?..

Answer / nandu

Different Reasons for the protocol deviations will be
displaying in the protocol devation table.These are study
specfic

Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 1 No

What are the rows present in protocol Violation table?..

Answer / ybchowdary

In the protocol violation table the following are the rows present in the table.
1.No of patients discontinued
2. protocol violation
3. protocol entry criteria not met
4. adverse events
5. last to followup
6. progressive disease
7. physician decision
8. sponsor decision
9. patient decision
10. death due to study disease
11. death due to study drug related
12. death due to procedural related
13. death due to adverse events (other causes)

Is This Answer Correct ?    3 Yes 0 No

Post New Answer




More SAS Interview Questions

is data integration and etl programming is same? : Sas-di

0 Answers  


Hi,by usining ptf how we have to combine (likr merge)10 datasets at a time in the oracle database(and write a macro code also)?Like this i have a douts a lot if you dont mind may please send one text mail for me(madhusudhanap16@gmail.com)?

0 Answers  


how to shift the rows to cols? eg: i have like field1 field2 field3 10 20 20 this should be displayed as field1 10 field2 20 field3 30 (without the obs col) how do this?can i use transpose or tell me suitable way to do this?

3 Answers   CMC,


What is the pound sign used for the DATA _NULL_?

14 Answers  


Have you ever linked SAS code, If so, describe the link and any required statements used to either process the code or the step itself?

4 Answers  






Hello, I have PROC SQLs results group by 3 fields and I use SUM and COUNT functions in SQL. The problem is when I try to display my result with PROC TABULATE. I am getting very big numbers. I believe I make a mistake some where in Tabulate. Here is my Proc Tabulate. PROC TABULATE DATA=OUT04_05 FORMAT=12.; CLASS YR CENTRE VISA / PRELOADFMT EXCLUSIVE; VAR NEWUSER FRAUD TRANSFER AUTUSER REISSUE; TABLE CENTRE ALL, (YR ALL)*VISA, (NEWUSER*F=COMMA12. AUTUSER*F=COMMA12. FRAUD*F=COMMA12. TRANSFER*F=COMMA12. REISSUE*F=COMMA12.) / MISSTEXT={LABEL='0'} PRINTMISS RTS=20; FORMAT VISA VISAFMT.; KEYLABEL SUM = ' ' ALL = 'TOTAL'; LABEL YR = 'DATE YEAR' NEWUSER = 'TOTAL NEW ACCT' TRANSFER = 'TOTAL TRANSFER' FRAUD = 'TOTAL FRAUD TRANSFER' AUTUSER = 'TOTAL AUTH USERS' REISSUE = 'TOTAL REISSUE'; When I code it like : NEWUSER*N*F=COMMA12. AUTUSER*N*F=COMMA12. I get same amount numbers but to find a NEWUSER I use COUNT(*) and to find AUTUSER I use SUM(xxxx) function so both result shouldn’t be the same my problem is in this point. Could you tell me where the problem in code is. How can I display my result? TX.

0 Answers  


If reading a variable length file with fixed input, how would you prevent SAS from reading the next record if the last variable didn’t have a value?

3 Answers   Accenture,


What was the last computer book you purchased? Why?

0 Answers   Oracle,


how can you code the confidence intervals?

6 Answers   IIT, Ranbaxy, Cytel,


If you need the value of a variable rather than the variable itself what would you use to load the value to a macro variable?

3 Answers  


Why Info School? BUILD YOUR CAREER WITH RIGHT GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT

0 Answers  


What can you learn from the SAS log when debugging?

0 Answers   Quintiles,






Categories