# Glossary

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• SAP
A statistical analysis plan (SAP) describes the planned analysis for a clinical trial. It contains the necessary details so that is can be followed and reproduced, providing clear and complete templates for each analysis.
• SMR
Standardised Mortality Ratio
• SOP
Standard Operating Procedure
• Standard Operating Procedure
Standard Operating Procedure
• Standardised Mortality Ratio
Standardised Mortality Ratio
• Statistical analysis plan
A statistical analysis plan (SAP) describes the planned analysis for a clinical trial. It contains the necessary details so that is can be followed and reproduced, providing clear and complete templates for each analysis.
• Statistical Inference
Statistical inference is the process of drawing conclusions about a population through statistical analysis from a sample of that population.For example: In clinical trials, hypothesis testing is a means of drawing conclusions on the effect of the medicines under study on the population that(...)
• Statistical Significance
Statistical significance is a fundamental aspect of hypothesis testing. In any experiment using a sample from a population (for instance, a sample of patients with a particular disease) there is the possibility that an observed effect may be due to differences between the sample and the whole(...)
• Statistics
Statistics are a mathematical methods of describing and drawing conclusions from data. Statistics are an essential part of the medicines development process at multiple stages.
• Státní ústav pro kontrolu léčiv
Czech National Competent Authority. http://www.sukl.cz/"
• Štátny ústav pre kontrolu liečiv
Slovakian National Competent Authority. http://www.sukl.sk/"
• Stem Cell Therapy
Stem cell therapy, also known as regenerative medicine, is the use of stem cells to treat or prevent a disease or condition. Stem cells grown in a lab are manipulated to specialise into specific types of cells, such as heart muscle cells, blood cells or nerve cells. The specialised cells can(...)
• Stem Cells
Stem cells are undifferentiated (unspecialised) cells that can transform into specialised cells and can divide to produce more stem cells. They have the potential to develop into many different cell types in the body during early life and growth. In addition, in many tissues they serve as an(...)
• SÚKL
Czech National Competent Authority. http://www.sukl.cz/"
• ŠÚKL
Slovakian National Competent Authority. http://www.sukl.sk/"