Case Study

Infant FGID Case Study

Pediatrics
Gastrointestinal

Objective

A multinational food and beverage company sought to analyze the prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and the efficacy of FGID treatments for Thai infants and toddlers.

Methodology

Parents of 1000 healthy infants and toddlers living in Thailand were enrolled via digital recruitment, e-consent and screening. Participants completed questionnaires to assess the prevalence and management of FGIDs, impact on QoL, and efficacy of treatments.

Results

• Recruitment was completed in under a month.
• Required survey responses were collected in 44 days.
• 127,431 data points were evaluated in real-time.

Case Study

Infant FGID Case Study

Pediatrics
Gastrointestinal
Studying the Impact of Infant GI Disorders on Thai Parents

127,431

Data points evaluated in real-time

14,000

Patients pre-screened in 7 weeks

Objective

A multinational food and beverage company sought to analyze the prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and the efficacy of FGID treatments for Thai infants and toddlers.

Methodology

Parents of 1000 healthy infants and toddlers living in Thailand were enrolled via digital recruitment, e-consent and screening. Participants completed questionnaires to assess the prevalence and management of FGIDs, impact on QoL, and efficacy of treatments.

Results

• Recruitment was completed in under a month.
• Required survey responses were collected in 44 days.
• 127,431 data points were evaluated in real-time.

Case Study

Infant FGID Case Study

Pediatrics
Gastrointestinal

Objective

A multinational food and beverage company sought to analyze the prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and the efficacy of FGID treatments for Thai infants and toddlers.

Methodology

Parents of 1000 healthy infants and toddlers living in Thailand were enrolled via digital recruitment, e-consent and screening. Participants completed questionnaires to assess the prevalence and management of FGIDs, impact on QoL, and efficacy of treatments.

Results

• Recruitment was completed in under a month.
• Required survey responses were collected in 44 days.
• 127,431 data points were evaluated in real-time.

Case Study

Infant FGID Case Study

Pediatrics
Gastrointestinal

Objective

A multinational food and beverage company sought to analyze the prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and the efficacy of FGID treatments for Thai infants and toddlers.

Methodology

Parents of 1000 healthy infants and toddlers living in Thailand were enrolled via digital recruitment, e-consent and screening. Participants completed questionnaires to assess the prevalence and management of FGIDs, impact on QoL, and efficacy of treatments.

Results

• Recruitment was completed in under a month.
• Required survey responses were collected in 44 days.
• 127,431 data points were evaluated in real-time.

Case Study

Infant FGID Case Study

Pediatrics
Gastrointestinal

Objective

A multinational food and beverage company sought to analyze the prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and the efficacy of FGID treatments for Thai infants and toddlers.

Methodology

Parents of 1000 healthy infants and toddlers living in Thailand were enrolled via digital recruitment, e-consent and screening. Participants completed questionnaires to assess the prevalence and management of FGIDs, impact on QoL, and efficacy of treatments.

Results

• Recruitment was completed in under a month.
• Required survey responses were collected in 44 days.
• 127,431 data points were evaluated in real-time.

Case Study

Infant FGID Case Study

Pediatrics
Gastrointestinal

Objective

A multinational food and beverage company sought to analyze the prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and the efficacy of FGID treatments for Thai infants and toddlers.

Methodology

Parents of 1000 healthy infants and toddlers living in Thailand were enrolled via digital recruitment, e-consent and screening. Participants completed questionnaires to assess the prevalence and management of FGIDs, impact on QoL, and efficacy of treatments.

Results

• Recruitment was completed in under a month.
• Required survey responses were collected in 44 days.
• 127,431 data points were evaluated in real-time.

Case Study

Infant FGID Case Study

Pediatrics
Gastrointestinal

Objective

A multinational food and beverage company sought to analyze the prevalence of functional gastrointestinal disorders (FGIDs) and the efficacy of FGID treatments for Thai infants and toddlers.

Methodology

Parents of 1000 healthy infants and toddlers living in Thailand were enrolled via digital recruitment, e-consent and screening. Participants completed questionnaires to assess the prevalence and management of FGIDs, impact on QoL, and efficacy of treatments.

Results

• Recruitment was completed in under a month.
• Required survey responses were collected in 44 days.
• 127,431 data points were evaluated in real-time.

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