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What is a clinical trial?

A clinical trial is a biomedical research organized and practiced on humans for the development of biological or medical knowledge. Clinical trials of drugs are aimed, as appropriate, establish or verify certain data pharmacokinetic (terms of absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of the drug), pharmacodynamic (mechanism drug action) and therapeutic (efficacy and tolerability) of a new drug or a new way of using a known treatment.

Process of Scientific research

A research project must be developed following a structured process in various stages, although not necessarily sequentially. This process is described below from two authors of the subject of research methodology. As Bernal explains (2006) and Hernández, Fernández & Baptista (2010), all research projects start with an idea raised by the researcher after having conducted a search for information related to a topic of interest, making sure that it is relevant and relevant, and starting from this first search, a research problem is established.

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