Twenty-nine subjects completed the study with no significant adverse events being reported.
What does SAE stand for?
SAE stands for Significant Adverse Event (medical reaction)
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We have 241 other meanings of SAE in our Acronym Attic
- Services aux Etudiants (French: Student Services; Canada)
- Services d'Aide aux Employés (French: Employee Assistance Service; Canada)
- Sexual Abuse and Exploitation (various organizations)
- Sexual Assault Evidence
- Sexual Assault Examiner
- Shared Application Environment
- Sharing-of-ELINT Analysis Effort
- Shipboard Antenna Electronics
- Siamese Algae Eater (tropical aquarium fish)
- Sigma Alpha Epsilon
- Single Above Elbow (amputation)
- Site Acceptance Evaluation
- Site Area Emergency (Nuclear)
- Small Animal Emergency (various locations)
- Small Area Estimation (statistics)
- Societe Anonyme Egyptienne (French: Egyptian Joint Stock Company)
- Society of Afghan Engineers
- Society of Automotive Engineers (Warrendale, PA)
- Software Architecture Engineering
- Solar Array Experiment
Samples in periodicals archive:
Editor's Note: The relatively high doses of resveratrol tested in the study were not associated with significant adverse events or changes in liver enzymes.
There were no significant adverse events in either study arm.
Patient and physician satisfaction with the result lasted approximately 1 year, and we have observed no significant adverse events.
Of the 62 patients, 35% (22 patients) had at least one clinically significant adverse event.
The only significant adverse event observed was lower extremity edema, a side effect also seen in diabetic patients who take the drug.
The only upside, says Yusuf: "Vitamin E was well-tolerated, with no significant adverse events," so longer-term trials can continue.
The case concerns whether the failure to disclose non-statistically significant adverse event data can give rise to fraud claims under federal securities laws.