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Electronic Data Capture Systems

FDA responses to questions about the use of electronic data capture systems in clinical investigations. 

From Florence’s Complete Library of FDA eRegulatory and eSource Guidance

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Which studies are required to use an electronic data capture system?

There are no requirements about which should use an EDC system. Sponsors can decide which use it and can spell that out in their protocol (from 2013)Documentation in the Florence Library of FDA eRegulatory and eSource Guidance

Does an electronic data capture system have to be part 11 compliant when doing human subject clinical research?

Yes, an electronic data capture system for FDA-regulated studies should be part 11 compliant (from 2014). Documentation in the Florence Library of FDA eRegulatory and eSource Guidance

 

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