Oracle Clinical

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Oracle Clinical or OC is a database management system designed by Oracle to provide data management, data entry and data validation functionalities to support Clinical Trial operations.[1]

The Major Functions Supported by Oracle Clinical are:

  • Clinical Study Database Design
  • Definition of Clinical Study Metadata to be collected
  • Creation of Data Management System to clean and reconcile patient data
  • Creation of Electronic Data Entry Screens
  • Ability to create both simple and complex validation edit checks and data derivations
  • Batch Data Loading and Extracting Capabilities
  • Thesaurus Management for Medical Coding of Verbatim Terms as reported by Investigators for Adverse Events, Medical History, and/or Concomitant Medications
  • Robust and Comprehensive Management of Laboratory Results against dynamic and demographic driven Reference Ranges


  1. ^ Chow, Sheiu-Chung (2003). Encyclopedia of Biopharmaceutical Statistics. Informa Health Care. pp. 397–401. ISBN 0-8247-4261-3.

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