Erevna Innovations

Erevna Innovations Inc., is a research center specializing in the field of aesthetic medicine. We conduct later-stage (III-IV) clinical trials and post-marketing studies that investigate the safety and efficacy of novel drugs (e.g., neurotoxins) and medical devices (e.g., fillers, energy devices).

At its core, Erevna’s research values lie in merging a combination of skills into advancing healthcare, including extensive clinical and research expertise. Our team consists of a diverse team of experts with clinical, pharmaceutical, statistical, epidemiological, and research skills.

Through strategic partnerships and consultancies with other experts, including Plastic Surgeons, Dermatologists, Ocular specialists, and Anatomists, Erevna’s network of leading industry professionals spans globally.

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Clinical research is a broad term for investigating the safety and effectiveness of drugs, devices, and other interventions.
Most clinical research takes place in a controlled environment known as a clinical trial. Clinical trials determine whether new treatments are safe and effective for humans. Clinical trials are essential in bringing new medical products to market, but they can also be used to learn more about how diseases occur, how best to diagnose them, and how to treat them.

Studies conducted on participants aim to answer specific questions about how the human body works and how diseases progress, and it uses various methods to do this. Clinical research helps doctors make decisions about patient care and treatment.

Research often relies on volunteer participants who participate in a study because they may benefit from its results. In some cases, clinical research may be conducted on patients diagnosed with a disease or a  condition for which there is no known cure. Clinical trials are overseen by independent ethics committees, ensuring the safety of participants.

FAQs

What is a clinical trail?

Although there are many definitions of clinical trials, they are generally considered to be biomedical or health-related research studies in human beings that follow a pre-defined protocol.

Interventional studies are those in which the research subjects are assigned by the investigator to a treatment or other intervention, and their outcomes are measured. Observational studies are those in which individuals are observed and their outcomes are measured by the investigators.

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Who can participate in clinical trials?

There are rules about who can take part in clinical studies. In order to achieve accurate results, it is crucial for medical research to use inclusion/exclusion criteria. “Inclusion criteria” are the conditions that let someone to take part in a clinical study, and “exclusion criteria” are the conditions that prevent such participation. Age, gender, the type and stage of a disease, prior treatment experiences, and other medical problems are among the variables used to determine eligibility. A participant must meet the study’s eligibility requirements before enrolling in a clinical trial.

It’s important to keep in mind that inclusion and exclusion criteria aren’t used to reject certain people.
Instead, the criteria are applied to choose suitable individuals and ensure their safety.
The requirements make it more likely that researchers will be able to respond to the queries they intend to investigate.

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