Search ClinicalTrials.gov with Dialog
The ClinicalTrials.gov database on Dialog provides access the world’s largest collection of clinical studies. ClinicalTrials.gov is provided by the U. S. National Library of Medicine and holds registrations from over 389,000 research studies in 220 countries.
Search the full text of clinical studies using the powerful search features of the Dialog platform. Find the data you need for a wide range of use cases, from systematic reviews to drug safety literature screening.
Take a look below to learn more about the advantages of using Dialog for searching through ClinicalTrials.gov.
The benefits of using Dialog to search ClinicalTrials.gov
Search ClinicalTrials.gov with Precision Search Functionality
ClinicalTrials.gov on Dialog includes powerful research features unavailable anywhere else, making it easy to find relevant insights. Use ClinicalTrials.gov on Dialog to:
- Search the full text of over 389,000 research studies
- Boost your retrieval with Dialog’s medical synonym dictionary
- Look-up conditions, interventions, and sponsors
- Apply over 20 clinical trial specific filters to build precise search queries
- Find additional relevant information with 1-click on Clinical trial ID links in Embase, Medline and other related content, and Medline links in ClinicalTrials.gov.
- Export full records, including the entire detailed description of the study with result tables, into MS Word, MS Excel, XML, PDF and other formats
- Turn your searches into alerts that retrieve exactly the information you need just at the right time
- Add ClinicalTrials.gov studies to your literature sources for product safety monitoring.
Search Other Databases in the Same Interface
Through Dialog, researchers can access and search peer-reviewed content in over 140 literature databases (including Embase, MEDLINE and International Pharmaceutical Abstracts, among others). Add ClinicalTrials.gov to your multi-database search to further streamline your online research process. Together, these databases offer:
- 1.7 billion authoritative records
- 522 million newspaper articles
- 5.5 million dissertations and theses
- 3.7 million unpublished working papers/preprints
- 33 full-text patent authorities
- 69 bibliographic patent authorities
Using Dialog to search ClinicalTrials.gov
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ClinicalTrials.gov is a database of privately and publicly funded clinical studies conducted around the world. A clinical study is a research study involving human volunteers that is intended to add to medical knowledge. There are two types of clinical studies: interventional studies, also called clinical trials, and observational studies. Both are included in this database, as are expanded access programs. A clinical trial is essentially a test of an intervention such as a new drug, diet, device or lifestyle change on a condition (disease or illness) to find out if it is safe and effective in people. The description of the study is provided in full and in addition about 12% of the documents also present the results, in tabular form, of completed studies. Information about the study includes the condition, intervention, study design, phase, status, eligibility criteria, outcome measures, locations where the study is being conducted, sponsor, funding type, contact information, and more. Studies listed in the database are conducted in the USA and in 219 other countries. The full-text of the study and specific indexing of the condition, intervention, outcome measures and several other study sections facilitate precise searching and accurate recall.
Use ClinicalTrials.gov to answer such questions as:
- What is the latest evidence for anti-PD-1 therapies in the treatment of cancer?
- Which studies can I use as a model for my own clinical trial?
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- What are the adverse effects of nivolumab?
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