Minerva DataBase

Is a database of clinical trials with patients with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) that allows for quick queries, reviews and meta-analyses as the researcher skips the study identification and extraction stages of data.

How does Minerva Database work?

1. Clinician or researcher

Makes a clinical
or research question

2. Minerva Database

The professional consults Minerva Database

3. Summary tables

Tables are automatically generated with the query results

4. Data export

Query tables are exported for statistical analysis

Database design

Currently, Minerva contains information on over 350 RCTs published in more than 800 scientific articles, documents from regulatory agencies and pharmaceutical industry, and RCTs registries such as clinicaltrials.gov or eudraCT.eu.

These clinical trials have included more than 25,000 patients. Children and adolescents represent almost 60% of the study population of these clinical trials. The presence of a psychiatric comorbidity is an inclusion criterion in 20% of the studies. Stimulants (methylphenidate and amphetamine derivatives) are the most frequently investigated medications.

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