Gilead Sciences’ previous studies of Ranexa (ranolazine) relied on data from exercise treadmill parameters as the primary endpoint. But collecting data in this manner is costly, logistically challenging, and bears questionable clinical relevance — especially at the individual patient level.
Download this case study to learn how Gilead Sciences successfully utilized ERT handhelds to collect regulatory-compliant, patient-driven data in support of the primary efficacy endpoint in a Phase IV study of Ranexa. What worked? What didn’t?
Learn from Gilead’s experience to examine: