Clinical endpoint



An observed or measured outcome in a clinical trial to indicate or reflect the effect of the treatment being tested.


In a clinical research, a clinical endpoint is when a disease, sign or symptom is reached. For example, a clinical trial examining the ability of a medication to prevent heart attack uses chest pain as a clinical endpoint.

Compare: surrogate endpoint

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