CRF Health and University Hospital Basel Collaborate to Create Electronic Version of the Neurostatus-EDSS

CRF Health and a clinical research group at the University Hospital Basel (UHB), led by Professor Ludwig Kappos, collaborated to develop an electronic Neurostatus-Expanded Disability Status Scale (EDSS) instrument for capturing clinical trial data on an electronic device.

The Neurostatus-EDSS has been adopted as standard in more than 160 phase II and III clinical trials in MS and Neuromyelitis optica (NMO) in the last 20 years, and has been implemented in most of the pivotal trials that have led to the approval of current MS treatments.

The electronic Neurostatus-EDSS presents a new option for study teams looking to enhance their data collection in MS clinical trials.

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