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Protocalc, Version 3.6.

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Type: Protocol patient tracking program.
Computer: IBM PC, XT running PC-DOS 3.1 (as tested).
Format: Single 5¼-inch double-sided floppy disk.
Language: Compiled IBM BASIC (BASIC source code provided on disk). Documentation: Photocopied 35-page user guide.
Publisher:Daniel Masys, M.D., 9100 Shad Lane, Bethesda, MD 20059: .
Price:$35.00 (optional).

Ann Intern Med. 1986;105(6):985-986. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-105-6-985_2
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With the increasing complexity of clinical trials, it can be difficult for researchers to ensure adequate compliance with protocol. PROTOCALC is a menu-driven program designed to assist those involved in clinical studies in following their patients. The program displays or prints out specific instructions (which may be formatted as a data sheet) for each patient visit. It keeps track of the number of days a patient is on protocol, and searches its files for instructions on when a patient should be seen, what laboratory tests are needed, and the scheduled therapy. Drug doses may be calculated based on the patient's


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