Below Error is from v2.2.0 P21 report. Seems like usubjid are identical in DM and other dataset. Any particular reason?
Technical support questions about SDTM standard and validation rules
SD0006: No baseline result in EG for subject warning is present when P21 report is executed on SDTM datasets only and missing for SDTM+Define
I am getting SD0006 WARNING during Pinnacle21 v2.2.0 execution on SDTM datasets. But, this warning is missing when I add define with SDTM datasets during execution. Any particular reason. No change in data.
I am wondering when TSPARMCD=TRT, how TSVALCD shoudl be populated in case a treatment is not present in the UNII database. Shoudl it be left empty while TSVCDREF and TSVCDVER populated?
According to the SDTM IG for Medical Devises V1.0, DISEQ should be unique within a parameter within a device (SPDEVID) within dataset for DI domain, but for other domains, --SEQ should be unique within every subject/device combination within dataset.
Why does SD0005 always fire when SPDEVID is not unique wuithin a device, but unique within every subject/device combination?
In one of study, I have scheduled visits such as SCR, P1, P2, EOS/ET.
(SVSTDTC & SVENDTC) at EOS/ET visit < (SVSTDTC & SVENDTC) at P2 visit which is not an ideal case however Pinnacle 21 didn't catch this as warning/error in report.
I am using SDTM v3.2 along with Pinnacle v2.2. Are there any way to handle this type of scenario?
Kindly guide me on this situation.
I dont quite get why we have 2 different TESTCD for the same questionnaire. For example, The Overactive Bladder Questionnaire: OABQ0116 and OABQ0213 are used for 'Decrease Physical Activities'. I see that one is short form and one is not, but from what i see they are the same. It still doesnt make any senses to me.
I am running the P21 v2.2.0 on my SDTM datasets, and I'm wondering why I don't get the warning for FDAC022 (as I did get previously in other studies). There is no SUPPAE for this study right now, so why doesn't the warning pop up? Is it not required by the FDA anymore?
"FDAC341 (Variable value not found in extensible codelist)" check is not being performed unless a define.xml is loaded. Is there a reason for that? It can theoretically be done without a sponsor define.xml e.g. EGTEST has the CT of EGTEST specified in SDTM 3.2 and hence EGTEST codelist can be used to do this check.
It is a useful check to have prior to generation of define.xml since it would catch the problems earlier.
I would like to ask if somebody knows if in LB domain, is lab category (LBCAT) for Alcohol Breathalyzer Results?