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Listed below are the details for the data element.

1.8
Element Type
Common Data Element
Adverse event relatedness scale
AdvrsEvntRelatednessScale
Short Description
The scale of the causality between the treatment modality/intervention and the specific adverse event.
Definition
Scale of the causality between the treatment modality/intervention and the specific adverse event
 

Biomedical Terminologies and Standards

Notes
CDISC SDTM variables: AEREL
Creation Date
Historical Notes
Adverse event relatedness scale
References
No references available

Data Type
Alphanumeric
Input Restrictions
Single Pre-Defined Value Selected
Pre-Defined Values
Population
Adult and Pediatric
Guidelines/Instructions
EPILEPSY/GENERAL: Choose one. Record the investigator's assessment as to whether there is at least a reasonable possibility that the AE is related to (or caused by) use of the study intervention. Definitions for each of the relatedness responses should be supplied in the protocol.
Preferred Question Text
Investigator Assessment of Causality
Category Groups and Classifications
DiseaseDomainSub-Domain
Epilepsy Safety Data Adverse Events
General (For all diseases) Safety Data Adverse Events

Classification

Epilepsy :
Supplemental
General (For all diseases) :
Supplemental
Keywords
AE_Mapped , Adverse_Event , See_also , Knowledge_graph
Labels
Effective Date
Until Date
Last Change Date
2020-05-18
See Also
AdvrsEvntDuringStudyInd;AdvrsEvntSeverScale;AdvrsEvntStartDateTime;AdverseEvntEndDateTime;AdvrsEvntVerbatimTermText;SeriousAdvrsEvntInd;AdvEvntMedDRALowerLvlTermCode;AdvrsEvntCTCAELowLvlTermName;InjElapsedTime
Submitting Organization Name
NIH/NINDS
Submitting Contact Name
NINDSCDE
Submitting Contact Information
NINDSCDE@emmes.com
Steward Organization Name
NIH/NINDS
Steward Contact Name
NINDSCDE
Steward Contact Information
NINDSCDE@emmes.com
NINDS ID

Change History