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Favorable results meeting all objective performance criteria from this clinical study were the basis for the premarket approval decision.
Instead of using a control group, the study compared treatment results with the device to safety and efficacy objective performance criteria for current standard ablation treatment modalities; the criteria are from an FDA guidance document on cardiac ablation catheters for the industry.
Unlike the private sector, government has no objective performance criteria, such as profit or loss.
The OASIS trial exceeded the FDA's Objective Performance Criteria (OPC) on multiple key measurable endpoints including the amount of plaque reduced, percentage of patients that did not require repeat procedures, and the overall safety and efficacy of the device.
VPI also is involved in developing objective performance criteria for limb salvage and interventions for lower extremity peripheral arterial disease, and is investigating strategies to deal with in-stent restenosis and acute stroke intervention.
For instance, through DaimlerChrysler's internet-based Supplier Portal, suppliers can see in real time, 24 hours a day, how they measure up on the four objective performance criteria.
This proposal is designed to make restricted stock awards contingent upon objective performance criteria, instead of simply based on the length of time served, known as "pay for pulse.
Selecting New Performance Measures: Econsult is developing new, objective performance criteria against which the Authority's performance can be measured.