The center aims to assist in clinical research processes, including recruitment of patients according to GCP/ICH guidelines, and management according to international regulatory standards.
Therapeutic areas include cardiovascular diseases; hematology; infectious diseases; metabolic diseases; lung diseases; pain relief; oncology; trauma and surgery.
CTNS participates in clinical trials on an inpatient and outpatient basis, and staff is available 24 hours a day.
The office is equipped for conducting clinical trials, with ample space for monitoring visits and handling blood samples and pathology specimens.
We offer centralized services, including preparation of source documents, submission of regulatory documents, handling of budget and contracts, tailored to our clients’ needs.
Patient Identification and Recruitment
Suitable patients are identified for the various trials through our own database and the computerized hospital database, advertising in the local newspaper, and personal connections with general practitioners in the community. Patients are quickly recruited for our trials, with high compliance in signing informed consent, while maintaining GCP/ICH guidelines.
Patients are recruited from Emergency Room, hospitalization departments (Internal medicine and Surgery) and specific outpatient clinics.