Seeking men and women who have a wide-necked, bifurcated saccular intracranial aneurysm that requires endovascular treatment for a study of an investigational device.
20 Studies found
Seeking men and women aged 50 and older who have had bleeding in the brain (brain hemorrhage) for a study comparing continuing or stopping statin drug use treatment on the risk of having another brain hemorrhage.
Seeking men and women who are within the first few hours of experiencing an ischemic stroke (caused by a blood clot blocking blood flow to the brain) for a study comparing medication combinations to reduce the impact of the stroke.
Seeking men and women who get their care at UMass Memorial for a chronic health condition such as heart disease, diabetes or kidney disease for a study of an investigational device embedded in a toilet seat to remotely monitor cardiac health.
Study Of The Differences Between People Having A Heart Attack And People Suffering Stress Cardiomyopathy
Seeking men and women who are experiencing symptoms of a heart attack including chest pain and shortness of breath for a study of the effect of stress on heart function and the development of stress cardiomyopathy.
Stroke survivors aged 50 and over sought for a study to develop and test a wearable sensor to monitor for atrial fibrillation (abnormal heartbeats)
Study Looking At Safety And Effectiveness Of An Approved Device To Treat A Weakness In A Blood Vessel In The Brain
Seeking men and women 18 years of age or older who have been diagnosed with a specific type brain aneurysm for study of the long term safety of an approved device (WEB®) intended to treat this issue.
Seeking men and women 18 to 80 years of age who have been diagnosed with a specific type brain aneurysm for study of an investigational device intended to treat this issue.
Study Of An Investigational Device To Remove Blood Clots From People Experiencing An Ischemic Stroke
Seeking men and women who are experiencing ischemic stroke for a study of an investigational device to remove the blood clot using suction and restore blood flow to the brain.
Seeking men and women with heart failure due to a dilated left ventricle (heart chamber that pumps blood) for a study of an investigational device.
Seeking men and women with a blood clot causing Deep Vein Thrombosis for which their doctor has recommended surgical treatment for a study of an investigational device inserted into the vein using a catheter to remove the clot.
Seeking men and women with peripheral artery disease (PAD) causing pain in the legs when walking or climbing stairs for a study of an investigational dietary supplement combination to improve blood flow.
Volunteers who are at risk for having heart disease, taking aspirin, and will be or have already undergone a cardiac catheterization sought for a study of how the body makes blood clots and its effect on the risk for heart attack and stroke.
Seeking men and women diagnosed with severe aortic valve stenosis for a study of an investigational device to replace the aortic valve.
Seeking men and women whose carotid arteries have narrowed for a study of an intense medical management plan to reduce risk factors for stroke including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and smoking.
Seeking men & women 18 years old and over who have a cardiomyopathy (impairment of your heart muscle strength) from coronary artery disease (hardening of the arteries).
Seeking men and women over the age of 18 who have been diagnosed with an aortic aneurysm (bulging of the vein that carries blood to your heart) that because of their anatomy can't be treated using an FDA-approved graft. This study would use endografts that are customized by the doctor to the anatomy of each patient to treat these complex aortic aneurysms.
Seeking adult patients whose doctor has ordered a test called a Cardiac Catheterization to check for and possibly fix blockages in the heart. The doctor performing the cardiac catheterization will decide which patients who volunteer for the study are suitable participants.
Pregnant women with either normal or high blood pressure sought for a study of the effects of high blood pressure during pregnancy. The study will assess whether future cardiovascular disease or serious pregnancy complications like preeclampsia can be better detected & prevented.
Pregnant women who are in their late 2nd to 3rd trimester who have high blood pressure are sought for a study to develop a screening test for preeclampsia in pregnant women. We will collect samples of your blood, urine, and saliva to see if we can detect levels of a protein that would help accurately predict who will get preeclampsia.