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Safety and Efficacy Trial to Treat Diastolic Heart Failure Using Ambrisentan

This is a randomized study of ambrisentan that will last 16 weeks. The study will include patients with diastolic heart failure and pulmonary hypertension. Patients will be randomized (1:1) to ambrisentan or placebo. The ambrisentan or matching placebo will be started at 2.5 mg by mouth daily and increased to 5mg and then 10mg daily, if tolerated. Patients will be seen at least monthly for 16 weeks. Adverse reactions will be reviewed and the required monthly laboratory tests (...


Clinical Trial of Sodium Nitrite for Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest

In this clinical study, a total of 1500 patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in Seattle/King County will be enrolled. This will be a randomized clinical trial and patients will receive either two different doses of IV sodium nitrite (45 mg or 60 mg) or placebo during resuscitation in the field by paramedics. The primary safety outcome will be proportion of patients surviving to hospital admission and primary efficacy outcome will be survival to discharge.

Sterile Single-use vs Reused Polyvinylchloride Catheter For Intermittent Catheterization In Neurogenic Bladder

The objective of the study is to determine whether single-use polyvinylchloride (PVC) catheters reduce urinary tract infections (UTI) compared to reused PVC catheters for patients with neurogenic bladder due to spina bifida that require intermittent catheterization for bladder emptying. The investigators conducted a randomized parallel clinical trial with an 8-week follow-up comparing single-use and reused (washed with soap and water, and stored in a container with benzalkonium...


Lidocaine Reduces Muscle Tremor is Beneficial for Intraoperative Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Monitoring

In recent years, the application of intraoperative recurrent laryngeal nerve monitoring in thyroid surgery has greatly reduced the complications of recurrent laryngeal nerve injury. The use of intraoperative neurological monitoring requires the reduction of the dose of neuromuscular blockade, which often leads to muscle tremors during the application of electrical energy, which affects the fine separation around the muscles. This study explored the effect of local application o...

Heart and Skeletal Muscle Problems in Neuroacanthocytosis

The purpose of this study is to learn about heart and skeletal muscle problems related to neuroacanthocytosis (also called Mcleod's syndrome and Levine-Critchley disease). This inherited condition causes problems of blood, brain, heart and muscle function. About 60 percent of patients have an unusual heart muscle abnormality that increases the risk of sudden death. Although the molecular (genetic) changes responsible for neuroacanthocytosis have recently been identified, the...

Safety and Efficacy of Addition of Hyaluronidase to Lidocaine and Bupivacaine in Scalp Block in Craniotomy Operations

Safety and efficacy of addition of hyaluronidase to lidocaine and bupivacaine in scalp nerves block in elective craniotomy operations,Comparative study

Regression-Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction

Perform a randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled Phase 2a feasibility study to determine whether treatment of HFPEF patients with intracoronary allogeneic CDCs affects clinical functional status (QOL scores), exercise tolerance (6MHW), exercise hemodynamics (supine exercise ergometry during right heart catheterization), myocardial interstitial fibrosis (MRI with native T1 mapping and calculation of extracellular volume [ECV] after gadolinium administration), macroscopic f...

Performing Fractional Flow Reserve Without Anticoagulation During Diagnostic Catheterization

The purpose of this study is to assess the safety of performing fractional flow reserve (FFR) of the myocardium without using anticoagulation by performing a retrospective review of 100 consecutive patients who have undergone this procedure during diagnostic catheterization.

Prevalence of Renal Artery Stenosis in Patients Referred for Cardiac Catheterization

All patients referred for coronary angiography will simultaneously be evaluated for renal artery stenosis and then stenosis more than 50% will be analyzed according to clinical conditions, risk factors and lab data.

Patient Assessment of Topical Anesthetic Effectiveness for Intravitreal Injections

There are currently several different commercially available topical eye drops and gels used to reduce eye discomfort (topical anesthetics) during and after eye injections. Dr. Pollack is performing a research study to evaluate three commercially available topical anesthetics (eye numbing treatments) to determine if individuals have a preference for one over the other. The three topical anesthetics being studied are 1) 0.5% proparacaine hydrochloride (generic, Akorn, Inc), 2) ...

Pain Prevention During Propofol Infusion in Pediatric: Hypnoanalgesia of the Hand Versus Lidocaine.

The simplicity of the implementation and the effectiveness of hypno-analgesia (via the magic glove technique) has already been proven in some research work, during the installation of peripheral venous route. An unpublished preliminary study has shown that this method appears to be the most effective in preventing pain during pediatric propofol injection. The purpose is to compare the effectiveness of hypno-analgesia of the hand by the "magic glove technique" to lidocaine used...

Evaluation of the Filler Performance on the Nasolabial Folds of Aliaxin® EV With and Without Lidocaine 0.3%

Evaluation of the filler performance on the nasolabial folds of Aliaxin® EV with and without lidocaine 0.3%: comparison within subjects (half face method)

Dexmedetomidine and Long-term Outcomes in Elderly Patients After Cardiac Surgery

A retrospective study showed that intraoperative dexmedetomidine administration was associated with decreased risk of 1-year mortality after cardiac surgery. In a previous randomized controlled trial, 285 elderly patients undergoing cardiac surgery were randomized to receive either perioperative dexmedetomidine or placebo (normal saline) administration. The purpose of this 2-year follow-up study is to investigate whether perioperative dexmedetomidine can improve long-term outco...

Effect of Buffered Lidocaine With Epinephrine in Local Anesthesia

Subcutaneous implantable venous access devices are routinely implanted under local anesthesia. However, patients complain of pain during the injection of local anesthesia. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of sodium bicarbonate-buffered lidocaine with epinephrine on reducing pain and patients' satisfaction during subcutaneous implantable venous access devices insertion. A prospective double-blind study was conducted over a period of 6 months (1st January ...

Impact of Pyloric Injection of Magnesium Sulfate and Lidocaine Mixture on Outcome After Sleeve Gastrectomy

Postoperative nausea and vomiting is a common adverse effect after sleeve gastrectomy, mostly due to increased intragastric pressure. The present trial aimed to assess the effect of pyloric injection of mixture of magnesium sulfate and lidocaine on postoperative gastric intraluminal pressure and incidence of nausea and vomiting.

ISCHEMIA-Chronic Kidney Disease Trial

The purpose of the ISCHEMIA-CKD trial is to determine the best management strategy for patients with stable ischemic heart disease (SIHD), at least moderate ischemia and advanced chronic kidney disease (CKD; estimated glomerular filtration rate [eGFR]

The Transendocardial Autologous Cells (hMSC or hMSC and hCSC) in Ischemic Heart Failure Trial (TAC-HFT II)

Before initiating the full randomized study, a Pilot Safety Phase will be performed. In this phase the composition of cells administered via the Biosense Webster MyoStar NOGA Injection Catheter System will be tested. The randomized portion of the study will be conducted after a full review of the safety data from the pilot Phase by the Data safety monitoring board. Following the Pilot Phase of five (5) Fifty (50) patients scheduled to undergo cardiac catheterization an...

Comparison of Fractional Flow Reserve and Intravascular Ultrasound

This study will evaluate the relationship of Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR) and Minimal Lumen Area (MLA) by IntraVascular UltraSound (IVUS) by comparing the results of the both tests which is done as a part of the cardiac catheterization.

Forearm Tourniquet With Small Dose Intravenous Lidocaine

The safety and effectiveness of the "mini-dose" Bier block, a technique of i.v. regional anesthesia using low-dose lidocaine (1.5 mg/kg) without routine premedication, was evaluated in the emergency department treatment of pediatric upper extremity fractures and dislocations.

Effect of Ivabradine on Exercise Capacity After Heart Transplantation

This study evaluates whether treatment with ivabradine compared to placebo can improve exercise capacity in long-term heart transplant recipients with cardiac allograft vasculopathy and elevated heart rate at rest. Patients will receive treatment with either ivabradin or placebo for a period of 12 weeks.

Validation of Stenosis Assessment by Coronary Artery Computed Tomography Against Invasive Measurements of Fractional Flow Reserve in Patients With Significant Coronary Artery Stenoses

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of CorCTA by comparing the results of the test with another imaging method called Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR), which is done as a part of the cardiac catheterization.

Comparison of Cardiac Output With LiDCO Rapid and TEE Against Thermodilution Technique in Cardiac Surgery

Measurement of the cardiac output is one of the important hemodynamic monitoring tools in cardiac surgery. It helps determine the type of medications needed to maintain optimal hemodynamic status in the entire perioperative period. Thermodilution method using pulmonary artery catheter is considered has the gold standard for the measurement of cardiac output. Investigators would like to compare the most popular minimally-invasive devices used to measure cardiac output using arte...

DOCICAR: Cardiac Dysfunction in Cirrhosis

Patients with cirrhosis have a altered cardiac response to stress. This study evaluate the cardiac response by MRI during dobutamine stress. Hypothesis: impared increase in cardiac output, cardiac index, ejection fraction.

Magnesium-sulfate as Adjuvant in Prehospital Femoral Nerve Block for Patient With Diaphysial Femoral Fracture.

Prehospital management of traumatic pain is commonly based on morphine while loco-regional analgesia techniques, especially the femoral nerve block (FNB), can be safely and efficiently used. Adjuvants uses can reduce local anesthetic doses and decrease their related risk. The aim of the study was to assess the analgesic effect of Magnesium sulfate (Mg S) when used as adjuvant in prehospital FNB. This is a randomized double-blinded trial conducted in a prehospital medical depar...

Levosimendan in High Risk Patients Undergoing Cardiac Surgery

Low cardiac output syndrome (LCOs) is a serious complication in critically ill patients or those undergoing major surgery, resulting in multiple organ damage with significant in-hospital and long-term morbidity and mortality, as well as prolonged hospital stay. In this setting the mortality rate is distressingly high despite improvements in intensive care treatment, but survivors have an acceptable quality of life. Three recent meta-analysis suggested that levosimendan has car...


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