Definition of Domain:
A collection of logically-related observations with a topic-specific commonality about the subjects in a trial, used in the regulatory submission process. The logic of the relationship may relate to the scientific subject matter of the data, or to its role in the trial. Typically, each domain is represented by a dataset, but it is possible to have information relevant to the same topicality spread among multiple datasets. (CDISC Glossary)
Domain is part of the Conceptual Entities group
Domain is also know as:
Related Terms
Adverse Event Domain
Analysis Dataset Domain
Autopsy Domain
Biopsy Domain
Bone Measurements Domain
Comment Domain
Concomitant Medication Domain
Demographics Domain
Disease Characteristics Domain
Disposition Domain
Drug Accountability Domain
Electrocardiogram Domain
Electroencephalogram Domain
Stress Exercise Test Data Domain
Exposure Domain
Family History Domain
Healthcare Resource Utilization Domain
Inclusion Exclusion Domain
Laboratory Data Domain
Meal Data Domain
Medical History Domain
Microbiology Specimen Domain
Microbiology Susceptibility Domain
Organ Measurement Domain
Pharmacogenomics Domain
Pharmacokinetic Concentration Domain
Pharmacokinetic Parameters Domain
Physical Exam Domain
Sleep Polysomnography Domain
Protocol Deviations Domain
Questionnaire Domain
Skin Test Domain
Subject Characteristics Domain
Subject Element Domain
Subject Visits Domain
Submission Domain Abbreviation
Substance Use Domain
Surgery Domain
Trial Arms Domain
Trial Elements Domain
Trial Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria Domain
Trial Summary Domain
Trial Visits Domain
Vital Signs Domain