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Q: Do clinical trials ever go wrong?

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Prototype devices

It is recognized that a manufacturer may wish to submit a small number  of "prototype models" of a device to clinical investigation in order to assess safety and/or performance; and those such prototypes may need to undergo a number of changes prior to large-scale production.

Czech Republic

Legislations

  1. Act No. 20/1996 on the Care for the Health of People
  2. Oviedo Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine (2001)
  3. Act No. 130/2002 Collection on the Research and Development Support as Amended
  4. Act No. 378/2007 Collection on Pharmaceuticals
  5. Act on the Protection of Personal Data and on Amendment to Some Related Acts (No. 101 of April 4, 2000)


Regulations

  1. MOH: Decree No. 226/2008 on Good Clinical Practices and on Detailed Conditions for Evaluation of Pharmaceutical Products
  2. Position No. 3/2004 Personal Data Processing in the Context of Clinical Testing of Drugs and Other Medical Substances


Guidelines (SUKL):

  1. KHL-8: Clinical Trial Protocol and Protocol Amendments (1998)
  2. KLH-10: Terminology and Principles of Good Clinical Practice (1998)
  3. KLH-11: Ethics Committees (1998)
  4. KLH-19: Documentation Required for an Approval of a Clinical Trial on a Human Pharmaceutical (2001)
  5. KLH-20: Application for Approval/ Notification of a Clinical Trial (2004)
 
 




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