Centralised Ambulatory Blood Pressure Data Management Services for global, multi site Clinical Trials

Complete Solution for Blood Pressure Management in Clinical Trials

dabl is a globally recognised provider of Centralised Blood Pressure Monitoring Systems and Services (ABPM, OBPM, HBPM) for multi-site clinical trials. The system offers a comprehensive range of statistics relating to blood pressure and cardiovascular outcome.
Ambulatory Blood Pressure Measurement (ABPM) is used to test anti-hypertensive drug efficacy and as a cardiac safety biomarker in non - Cardiovascular trials. To accurately monitor the effects of drugs or renal denervation procedures on blood pressure, dabl provides unmatched blood pressure expertise, including ABPM, from protocol development advice, through to analysis of results for Phase I to IV Clinical Trials.

Achieves 100% Evaluable Data

Optimising the results of Clinical Trials by delivering up to 100% Evaluable Data

The dabl system provides immediate validation of Blood Pressure Results offering up to 100% Evaluable Data. It is easily configurable to the requirements of each protocol and links to a range of validated blood pressure monitoring devices.

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Why choose the dabl system?

Complete Clinical Trial Solutions for Blood Pressure Data – Office & Home

The dabl system provides an End to End solution throughout the Clinical Trial Process

dabl Clinical Trial Solutions

The dabl systems offers advanced & highly cost effective solutions for the collection and automatic validation of Blood Pressure results in multi-site Clincal Trials. Our online systems are configured to the protocol of each study…

Our ABPM Technology

ABPM is the gold Standard for measuring Blood Pressure Data in Clinical Trials – dabl Systems are the Gold Standard for Analysing and Presenting this data in accordance with Trial Protocol. Find out more about dabl Science.

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