Clinical Research in Newborn Infants: Difficulties and Specificity
European journal of clinical pharmacology 2011 May; 67 Suppl 1: 29-32
Clinical trials are essential in neonates to evaluate scientifically the efficacy and safety of drugs. However, major specificities condition clinical research in human neonates.
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