Reporting of gender-related information in clinical trials of drug therapy for myocardial infarction

Rochon, Paula A.; Clark, Jocalyn P.; Binns, Malcolm A.; Patel, Vishal; Gurwitz, Jerry H.
August 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;08/25/98, Vol. 159 Issue 4, p321
Academic Journal
Evaluates the reporting of data on women in published trials of drug therapy for myocardial infarction, including those funded by an agency with a gender-related policy. Methods; Results; Interpretation that structured reporting of gender-related information for clinical trials may improve the quality of information available about women and facilitate the application of research findings to the care of women.


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