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.
12 Studies found
Stroke survivors aged 50 and over sought for a study to develop and test a wearable sensor to monitor for atrial fibrillation (abnormal heartbeats)
Seeking men and women 21 years or older who have a weakened heart and have been recommended to receive a device called a cardiac resynchronization defibrillator (CRT-D) designed to improve heart function.
Seeking men and women 18 years and older who have undergone a successful replacement of narrowed aortic valve and require treatment with oral blood thinners.
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.
This registry of heart attack survivors who had an IMPELLA pump temporarily implanted in their heart will collect medical information to help improve the quality of care of future heart attack survivors.
Seeking adults aged 40 and older with acute heart failure or at risk for atrial fibrillation (abnormal heart rhythms) for a study of an investigational wearable device to detect early symptoms of heart failure or abnormal heart rhythms
Seeking men and women over the age of 18 years who have been diagnosed with heart disease and need a CRT-D system implant.
Seeking men and women 18 years or older who have been implanted with CRT-D system and whose heart failure condition has not improved.
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 adult men and women who have been diagnosed with peripheral artery disease (PAD) that has caused critical limb ischemia (CLI) and will have either endovascular treatment to open the blocked arteries with ballons or stents or open surgery to create a bypass around the blocked arteries.
This study will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of an experimental drug to increase blood flow to legs for people with Critical Limb Ischemia who are not able to get surgical treatment.