SDTMIG-AP v1.0 describes how to represent collected data about persons other than the subject under study, who could be associated with the study itself, a particular study subject, or a device used in the study.
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3.4 Multi-Domain Examples
Page 26 / Example 2, apdm.xpt: In row 1, the value for DOMAIN should be changed from "ADDM" to "APDM".
Page 26 / Example 2, apdd.xpt: In both rows, the value for DOMAIN should be changed from "APSC" to "APDD".