Cardiology Past Trials

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  • Hartford Hospital Recruiting Patients with Irregular Heartbeat to Participate in Research Study

    August 11, 2010

    Hartford Hospital is currently recruiting patients with an irregular heartbeat to participate in a research study. Patients will be randomly selected for either ablation or drug therapy, neither of which is experimental, and will receive follow-up care every six months for two years.

  • Men and Women with Elevated Cholesterol Needed for Research Study

    September 24, 2013

    Investigators from the Preventive Cardiology Department at Hartford Hospital are examining how genetic differences may explain why people respond differently to common cholesterol-lowering medications. Age 18-65, elevated cholesterol, not taking a cholesterol lowering drug.

  • Healthy Volunteers Wanted for Heart Failure Research Study

    March 07, 2014

    Healthy volunteers are wanted for a heart failure research study. This research study will investigate a protein biomarker in advanced heart failure. Volunteers will need to undergo one blood draw.

  • Volunteers wanted for research study examining the effects of study drug on cholesterol levels

    September 05, 2014

    The Preventive Cardiology Department is conducting a research study to examine the effects of a study drug (ETC-1002) on cholesterol levels in people currently taking statins. Participants who finish the entire study will be compensated $675 for their time.

  • Heart Attack. Stroke. Are You At Risk?

    January 03, 2017

    Local physicians are conducting a research study of an investigational medication to assess its ability to reduce heart attacks, strokes or other cardiovascular events. Participants must be age 45 or older, taking cholesterol lowering medication, and have elevated triglycerides. They must also have a history of one or more of the following: Previous heart attack or stroke, Heart disease or Diabetes. All


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