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  • n. Plural form of e-diary.

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  • Both studies failed to demonstrate a statistically significant improvement on the coprimary endpoint of sexual desire, as measured by the e-diaries.

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  • Researchers originally planned on using the e-diaries to track self-reported daily intensity levels in libido and sexual activities, but the company's investigators then added what they decided was a better tool to measure sexual desire -- a questionnaire called the Female Sexual Functioning Index, which asks respondents to recall sexual desire over the previous 28 days.

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  • -- Case Studies on cost cutting in clinical trials for clinical trial management systems, clinical supply chain management systems, clinical data management systems, intellectual voice response systems, e-diaries and standardization.

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