Cardiology research is an essential part of modern medicine. Cardiologists use a variety of techniques, from clinical trials to animal studies, to advance the understanding of heart health and heart disease. By discovering new therapies and treatments, they can improve the quality of life for millions of people. At the clinical level, cardiologists use evidence-based medicine to evaluate and treat patients. They use data gathered from medical history, physical examination, and diagnostic testing to diagnose and treat conditions such as arrhythmias, coronary artery disease, and congestive heart failure.
Clinical trials are used to test new treatments, such as devices and medications, and to evaluate the effectiveness of existing therapies. Animal studies are also important in cardiology research. At the cellular level, scientists study the mechanisms and pathways underlying heart disease. By understanding the underlying causes of heart disease, they can develop treatments that target specific pathways or molecules. Animal studies also help researchers understand how different interventions can affect the heart in different ways.
KlinEra’s unique CRC model offers regional CRCs in the same city for each site. The utilization of these resources allows proactive study planning, start-up and patient recruitment which needs proper assessment and time for conducting oncology trial. Regional CRCs supports the Cardiology study team from the site in attaining enrolment targets and timelines.
The team here in KlinEra boasts of following specialized standard processes and services needed to execute oncology trial.