Evidence in Cardio & Vascular Protection The program purposeOver the past few years, evidence-based medicine has become increasingly important in medical decision-making. Clinical trials remain the most reliable source of medical data. Therefore, it is necessary to achieve a rapid overview on study data on specific patient profiles and indications to compare their backgrounds, substances used, patient populations and results.The Evidence in Cardio & Vascular Protection trial database offers a uniform display of study criteria with quick and direct access to the information needed. The medical content is provided in an extracted form, summarizing the key essentials of the publication. Wherever possible, large blocks of solid text are avoided and the presentation is kept down to key words with clear graphics yet without omitting essential statements and important values.How to use it:The study navigation tree, as the main menu presents an overview of all available trials, sorted by indication. The color-code and the related legend represent the study medication.Every study appears in a standardized format in 15 categories representing the clinically relevant data. This ensures fast access to trial data on every level of interest. The study presentation includes all study data as in a full-text paper, but in a standardized, structured version. In the Result category where extensive data are available, a drop-down menu is offered for more convenient navigation.Studies can also be selected by the search function following predefined search criteria such as demographic parameters, inclusion or exclusion criteria, clinical findings or endpoints. The Search Function enables the user to find evidence matching a specific request. Trials selected by this functionality can be sub selected for direct comparison.An extensive comparison function allows a quick switch between studies at the same criteria level or a split-screen comparison within a study group or from individually selected studies.The QUICK GUIDE provides a more detailed description of the application.