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Prevention of Atherosclerosis and Heart Disease in Patients With Systemic Lupus Erythematosis (SLE)

The purpose of this study is to find the best way to prevent heart disease and stroke in people with lupus (systemic lupus erythematosis, or SLE). The study will evaluate the effectiveness of medication and a phone-based education program in controlling four risk factors for heart disease: smoking, obesity, high blood pressure, and inactivity. The study will also test the safety of commonly used heart medications in people with lupus.

Insulin Resistance and Atherosclerosis in Women With Lupus

This study will test the effects of insulin resistance on atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) in women who have systemic lupus erythematosus, more commonly known as lupus. Women with lupus have a higher chance of developing atherosclerosis than the general population, and as a result are more susceptible to heart attack and stroke. Insulin resistance is a particular risk factor for atherosclerosis, and recent small studies have shown that insulin resistance is more comm...

Novel Biomarkers of Thrombotic Risk

Treatment of patients who have had a heart attack with drugs that prevent formation of blood clots has been shown to reduce the patient's risk of subsequent cardiovascular events such as heart attack, stroke, and death. Because new drugs have increased treatment options, the development of tests that can guide treatment should improve treatment selection and further reduce the risk of cardiovascular events as well as bleeding. This study is designed to assess the value of new...


Examining Heart Attacks in Young Women

Heart disease and heart attacks pose a serious health risk to young women, and women tend to experience less successful recoveries after a heart attack than men do. This study will examine various factors that may predispose women to heart attacks and to poor recovery after a heart attack. The differences between men and women in the medical care that they receive following a heart attack will also be studied.

Cardiac MRI for Patients Enrolled in INFUSE-AMI

Background: - INFUSE AMI is an ongoing clinical trial examining how patients with heart attacks are treated. The study's aim is to help determine the best way to treat patients with specific kinds of heart attacks caused by blood clots. - To evaluate the effect of the heart attack on the heart tissue and function, participants in the INFUSE-AMI study will have magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans of the heart at specific times after their hea...

Dexamethasone Treatment for Congenital Heart Block (CHB) in Newborns With Lupus

Some newborns are born with congenital heart block (CHB), a condition occurring in babies with neonatal lupus. The first part of the study will test the effectiveness of fluorinated steroids, including dexamethasone, in improving the heart function and general health of newborns who have auto-antibody-associated CHB. The second part of this study will use ultrasound and heart monitoring to observe high-risk pregnant women and their fetuses during the third trimester of pregnanc...

Use of Adult Autologous Stem Cells in Treating People Who Have Had a Heart Attack (The TIME Study)

Heart attacks are a leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. A heart attack occurs when blood flow to the heart is restricted, commonly due to a blood clot that has formed in one of the coronary arteries. If the clot becomes large enough, blood flow to the heart can be blocked almost completely and the heart muscle in that area can suffer permanent injury or death. Although a percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) can be used to open up the blocked ...

Safety and Efficacy on Cell-Based Therapy in Patients With Recent Large Acute Myocardial Infarction

The purpose of this study is to test bone marrow mononuclear cells for patients with recent heart attack who are at high risk of experiencing heart failure. This study drug is made of you own cells. Studies similar to this one have suggested that the use of cell-based transfer after heart attack can improve the recuperation of the heart. The purpose of this study is to assess whether cell transfer can improve the healing of the heart after a heart attack.

Platelet Function Monitoring in Patients Treated With Clopidogrel at the Time of Primary Percutaneous Coronary Angioplasty

Platelets are a major component of clot formation which can lead to clotting events such as heart attack. During treatment for a heart attack, doctors try to remove this blockage as quickly as possible so that the heart can recover and start to work properly again. The standard of care at the Heart Institute for patients having a heart attack is a procedure called a Percutaneous Coronary Angioplasty. A drug called Clopidogrel (Plavix) is routinely used prior to the angioplast...

Study of Oral PG-116800 Following a Heart Attack

Heart attacks cause damage to heart muscle that can weaken the heart and lead to changes in the shape and pumping ability of the heart. These changes can lead to heart failure. An enzyme called metalloproteinase (MMP) plays a role in this damage. The main purpose of the study is to test whether a possible new drug (called PG-116800) that interferes with the MMP enzyme can prevent some of the damage to heart muscle in patients who have had a heart attack. The study will also...

Duke Lupus Registry

Lupus is a systemic autoimmune disease that can present with many varied symptoms, including joint pain, fevers, kidney disease, and rashes. Lupus can affect anyone, but it is most common in younger women. The Duke Lupus Registry will collect information and blood samples from patients with lupus (systemic lupus erythematosus or cutaneous lupus) seen in the Duke Rheumatology clinics. The goal of this Registry is to understand how lupus changes over time so that we can i...

Pre-hospital Administration of Thrombolytic Therapy With Urgent Culprit Artery Revascularization

The PATCAR study has been designed to test the hypothesis that the strategy of pre-hospital use of a "clot busting" (thrombolytic) drug followed with emergent heart catheterization including stenting of the problematic coronary artery, will result in a lower mortality and reduced repeat heart attack rates. Early identifying and treating heart attacks patients prior to the arriving at the hospital, in those patients who qualify for the "clot busting" drugs will lower the size o...

Carotid Atherosclerosis: MEtformin for Insulin ResistAnce Study

Hypothesis: Treatment with metformin in overweight non-diabetic individuals with coronary heart disease and on standard cardiovascular risk reducing agents including statins will have a beneficial impact on carotid artery atherosclerosis compared to placebo. Rationale: Once subjects have a heart attack, they remain at much higher than average risk of another heart attack and stroke, despite the best current therapies to lower their cholesterol and blood pressure and thin their...

Hepatitis C Treatment and Atherosclerosis

This study will examine the effects of treatment for hepatitis C on atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries. Hepatitis C is a disease of the liver caused by a virus that can cause permanent damage to that organ. Treatment can clear the virus in at least half of patients and reduce the risk of serious complications of the disease. Atherosclerosis is an accumulation of cholesterol and fat in the arteries that can narrow blood vessels, leading to chest pain, heart attack or...

Vitamin Therapy for Prevention of Stroke

A stroke occurs when part of the brain is damaged from lack of normal blood supply. This may result in difficulty with feeling, speech, muscle strength or coordination, movement, thinking, or other brain functions. Having a stroke increases the risk of another stroke occurring in the future. Higher blood levels of a natural chemical known as homocysteine may contribute to hardening of the arteries in the brain or heart and increase the risk of stroke or heart attack. Folic ...

Erythropoietin in Acute Myocardial Infarction

Erythropoietin (EPO) is a naturally occuring hormone which regulates the body's response to lack of oxygen and controls the number of red cells in the blood. Recent studies in animals have shown that EPO has protective effects when organs such as the heart and brain are injured by lack of oxygen due to reduced blood supply. We wish to test the idea that giving a patient, who is having a heart attack, an injection of EPO will reduce the size of the heart attack.

Stanford Healthy Heart Study

People with elevated blood pressure are at higher risk of having a heart attack or stroke than people with lower blood pressure. Losing a modest amount of weight—such as 15 or 20 pounds—can reduce the risk of having a heart attack or stroke. However, it can often be a struggle to maintain weight loss over time. This study examines whether two behavioral weight-management programs can help people maintain weight loss over time. In this study, 346 adults will be randomly ass...

Oxford Acute Myocardial Infarction - Pressure-controlled Intermittent Coronary Sinus Occlusion

The OxAMI-PICSO is a study about the use of pressure controlled intermittent coronary sinus occlusion (PICSO) to improve the treatment of patients presenting with heart attack. PICSO is a device consisting of a balloon which is deployed in the coronary sinus. When inflated the balloon can improve the blood flow to the region of heart affected by the heart attack. The study aims to analyse the potential benefit of PICSO in improving blood flow to heart muscle in a selected group...

Myocardial Oedema in Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI)

Despite recent improvements in treatment, myocardial infarction (heart attack) is still a leading cause of illness and death in the UK. Following the acute event, it is difficult to predict which patients are at risk of further problems, such as heart failure and is therefore difficult to know which patients need more aggressive/intensive treatment and monitoring. There needs to be a test which is safe, reliable and reproducible that can be used shortly after a heart att...

Safety of TG100-115 for Heart Attack Treated With Angioplasty

TG100-115 is able to reduce the size of heart attacks in pre-clinical models. The hypothesis of this study is that TG100-115 can be given safely to patients who suffer a heart attack and undergo angioplasty to restore blood flow. We will also evaluate whether TG100-115 reduces heart muscle damage.

Assessment of Noninvasive Methods to Identify Patients at Risk of Serious Arrhythmias After a Heart Attack

This study evaluates the usefulness of noninvasive tests of the structure of the heart and the nervous system controlling the heart. It will assess whether combining tests that evaluate heart structure with others that measure the nervous system controlling the heart will identify most patients who develop serious heart rhythm problems after a heart attack.

Bone Marrow Stem Cell Infusion Following a Heart Attack

The goal of this study is to determine the safety of giving a patient's own bone marrow-derived stem cells delivered with a catheter (tube) into the coronary arteries (blood vessels of the heart). Stem cells are simple cells produced by the bone marrow that can develop into many types of cells. It is possible that these cells will decrease the size of damage caused to the heart from a heart attack and increase the pumping efficiency of the heart; which can be decreased due to...

Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Myocardial Ischemia

Ischemic cardiomyopathies are a leading cause of death in both men and women. When a person has a heart attack, blood is unable to reach a certain area of the heart, and if the blood supply is not re-established quickly, that area of the heart can suffer permanent damage. While recovery from a heart attack can be managed through medications and lifestyle changes, these treatments can not reverse the all damage to the heart. Current research is focusing on the development of cel...

Dietary Phytoestrogens as Risk Factors for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

The study aims at determining if dietary phytoestrogens can be risk factors for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE). Dietary enquiry and phytoestrogens measurements will be performed in blood and urine of patients with SLE in an active phase of the disease, in patient with other autoimmune diseases and in healthy volunteers. Subjects will be premenopausal women and when possible at a define stage of the menstrual cycle. Free blood estradiol will be assayed as a confounding risk ...

Use of Adult Autologous Stem Cells in Treating People 2 to 3 Weeks After Having a Heart Attack (The Late TIME Study)

More than 1 million Americans suffer heart attacks each year. Although current treatments are able to stabilize the condition of the heart, none is able to restore heart function as it was prior to the heart attack. Adult stem cells, which are immature cells that can become many different types of cells, may offer a potential means of reversing or preventing permanent damage caused by a heart attack. Recent studies have shown promise in using adult stem cells from bone marrow t...

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