Last updated on May 2020

ACRODAT Prospective Evaluation Study


Brief description of study

ACRODAT is a new software medical device developed by a group of acromegaly experts to help practising endocrinologists assess disease activity in patients with acromegaly. It uses 5 key parameters (IGF-I level, tumour status, comorbidities, symptoms and Quality of life) to evaluate the patient's health status. The purpose of this post marketing surveillance study is to prospectively evaluate whether patients monitored by ACRODAT with appropriate clinical decisions based on disease activity status will benefit from improved treatment outcomes both in the short and in the long term.

Detailed Study Description

This is an international, multicentre, randomised, non-interventional, collaborative post marketing surveillance study to assess the clinical use of the newly developed software medical device named ACRODAT. Patients newly enrolled will be followed-up over a 2 year period. Patients will be assigned to the ACRODAT group or the Standard Practice group according to a central randomisation. Patients assigned to the ACRODAT arm will be followed up with the treating physician using ACRODAT at every visit. The frequency of visits will be according to standard practice in the clinic. Patients not followed up with ACRODAT will be followed-up in accordance with the standard medical practice of the hospital where they have been recruited, until study completion (Standard Practice arm).

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT04349839

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