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Evaluation of Target Organs Damage in Hypertensive Patients

Evaluation of target organs damage in hypertensive patients with no known cardiovascular (CV) or renal disease, stratified according to level of blood pressure control

The Potential Role of Testosterone on Target Organ Damage in Postmenopausal Hypertensive Women

The incidence of CVD-related deaths is generally higher in women than men. Postmenopausal changes in estrogen/androgen ratio that induce a relative androgen excess have been proposed as important factors in the higher prevalence of hypertension. Therefore, the investigators hypothesize that testosterone has potential role between hypertension and target organ damage in postmenopausal hypertensive women. And the objective is to evaluate the effects of testosterone between hypert...


Effect of Fully Blocking Type 1 Angiotensin Receptor on Target Organ Damage of Postmenopausal Hypertensive Women

This study compared the improvements of blood pressure levels, left ventricular hypertrophy, left ventricular diastolic function, vascular function and cognitive function between postmenopausal hypertensive women and age-matched hypertensive male patients through the evaluation of the effects of fully blocked AT1 receptor by valsartan. Additionally, the differences of the above indexes between the patients who were fully blocked AT1 receptor by valsartan and the patients who we...

Effects of Silybin in Hypertensive Patients

Background: Hypertensive patients with normal glucose tolerance (NGT) but 1-h post load plasma glucose >155 mg/dl (1-h high), during the oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), show an unfavorable metabolic profile characterized by higher insulin resistance (IR), subclinical inflammation and multiple target organ damage. Experimental and clinical studies have demonstrated that silybin presents important anti-inflammatory and metabolic effects, improving IR and endothelial dysfuncti...

Effectiveness of Eplerenone to Improve Target Organ Damage in Patients With Resistant Arterial Hypertension

Resistant hypertension is defined as hypertension not controlled (i.e. blood pressure not below 140/90 mmHg) with the use of adequate doses of at least three different anti-hypertensives including a diuretic. Resistant hypertension is abundant. In the ALLHAT trial 34% of patients did not reach the blood pressure goal of 140/90 mmHg. One possible mechanism of resistance is the aldosterone-escape phenomenon. During aldosterone escape, aldosterone plasma levels are normal or even...


Study outline: Deferasirox (Exjade®) is regularly used in severe iron overload in order to avoid organ damage of liver, heart and other organs. It has been proposed, that iron overload may not only impose damage to other organs but also to the bone marrow and thus worsen hematopoietic insufficiency in patients with MDS. Patients presenting with low or INT-1 risk MDS with only mild iron overload will be treated with deferasirox in this study. It will be analyzed if hematologica...

Japan Morning Surge-1 Study

The purpose of this study is to examine whether strict blood pressure (BP) control by doxazosin using home BP monitoring, especially targeting the morning BP level, can reduce hypertensive target organ damage.

Effects of SGLT2 Inhibitor on Hemodynamic Parameters in Resistant Hypertensive Subjects

New strategies trying to achieve blood pressure control and consequently reduce cardiovascular risk in resistant hypertensive subjects are promising. In this context, the SGLT2 inhibitor dapagliflozin, not yet investigated in resistant hypertension, arises as a potential drug in order to impact on blood pressure levels, as well as target organ damage and adiposity in this high-risk population.

Echocardiographic Evaluation of Hypertensive Acute Pulmonary Edema

Acute cardiogenic pulmonary edema (ACPE), one of the most severe forms of acute heart failure, represents 5% of hospital admissions. One of the most frequent phenomena encountered during ACPE is hypertensive crisis (hypertensive ACPE) but the mechanisms and causes of hypertensive ACPE are insufficiently understood. Few studies have evaluated the cardiac function during hypertensive ACPE, and these studies used only conventional echocardiography methods. New methods of evaluatio...

Irbesartan/Hydrochlorothiazide to Control Elevated Blood Pressure to Target in Moderate to Severe Hypertensive Patients

The primary objective is to evaluate the antihypertensive efficacy of a fixed combination of Irbesartan/HydroChloroThiazide (CoAprovel) in Chinese moderate to severe hypertensive patients. The secondary objective is to get systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure goal attainment rate from CoAprovel in Chinese hypertensive patients.

Endoscopic Evaluation After Esophagectomy

Gastric conduit ischemia or anastomotic breakdown after esophagectomy with cervical esophagogastrostomy often cause severe complications, such as leakage, necrotic organs, and strictures. Thus, the purpose of this study is the safety and efficacy of endoscopic evaluation about reconstructive organs after esophagectomy. The investigators evaluate endoscopic predictions using classifications in acute phase after esophagogastrostomy.

Novel Evaluation With QGC001 in Hypertensive Overweight Patients of Multiple Ethnic Origins

Essential hypertension (HTN) is a disease that affects approximately 1 billion individuals worldwide. Despite the availability of effective and safe anti-hypertensive drugs, 65% of subjects diagnosed with HTN do not have their blood pressure (BP) controlled (

Contribution of the ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat) Surgeon's Clinical Evaluation to the Contouring of Target Volumes and Organs Eligible for Radiotherapy in Head and Neck Cancers

Radiotherapy (RT), surgery and chemotherapy (CT) are treatments for head and neck cancers, used alone or in combination. Conformal RT with Intensity Modulation (IMRT) is currently the reference technique. IMRT requires a precise definition of the target volumes to be treated and the anatomical structures to be protected from irradiation. Most studies of head and neck cancers published in the literature demonstrate the variability in the contouring of the target volumes between ...

Pharmaco-epidemiological Study Describing a Population of Hypertensive Patients Treated With a Fixed-dose Combination of Telmisartan and Hydrochlorothiazide

Study to compare the level of blood pressure control in hypertensive, hypertensive diabetics and hypertensive with renal insufficiency (observed data) in the study population, with the objectives of the High Authority for Health recommendations (benchmark)

Antihypertensive Treatment in Masked Hypertension for Target Organ Protection

The primary purpose of the study is to estimate the target organ protection after 12 months of antihypertensive treatment in masked hypertension patients with at least one kind of target organ damage (left ventricular hypertrophy, large arterial stiffness and microalbuminuria). Improvement was defined as the relevant parameter back to normal or declined at least 20%. The secondary objectives include: blood pressure lowering effect, target organ damage parameters improvem...

Relationship of Central Blood Pressure and Pulse Wave Velocity With Target Organ Damage

Diabetic patients show an increased prevalence of non dipping arterial pressure pattern, target organ damage and elevated arterial stiffness. These alterations are associated with increased cardiovascular risk. The objectives of this study are the following: to evaluate the prognostic value of central arterial pressure and pulse wave velocity in relation to the incidence and outcome of target organ damage and the appearance of cardiovascular episodes (cardiovascular mortality,...

Damage Control Laparotomy

Randomized study to compare outcomes of patients undergoing damage control laparotomies versus definitive closure for which there is surgeon equipoise to randomize.

Evaluation of Sickle Cell Liver Disease

Background: - Sickle cell disease changes the shape of red cells. This makes them more likely to break down as they get stuck in small blood vessels. This leads to low red cell count and also damage to small blood vessels that supply many organs. One of the affected organs is the liver. Sickle cell disease and its treatment through blood transfusion can lead to significant liver damage. This disease also can cause the liver to regrow abnormally after damage. This can cau...

Endoscopic Evaluation for Predicting the Complications Related to Gastric Conduit After Esophagectomy

Gastric conduit ischemia or anastomotic breakdown after esophagectomy with cervical esophagogastrostomy often cause severe complications, such as leakage, necrotic organs, and strictures. Thus, the purpose of this study is the safety and efficacy of endoscopic evaluation about reconstructive organs after esophagectomy. The investigators evaluate endoscopic predictions using classifications in acute phase after esophagogastrostomy.

Timing for Arteriovenous Fistula Creation and Its Effect on Target Organs in Patients With Chronic Renal Failure

The timing for arteriovenous fistula (AVF) creation and its effect on target organs in patients with chronic renal failure will be investigated by multicenter prospective cohort. Lower estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) patients (eGFR

Epidemiology of Hypertensive Emergency

To test the hypotheses that hypertensive emergency was associated with non-compliance with antihypertensive medication, low level of contact with the medical care system, and alcohol abuse and cigarette smoking. Also, to describe the clinical characteristics of patients hospitalized with hypertensive emergency including morbidity, mortality, and cost, and the extent to which hypertensive emergency occured among previously diagnosed and treated hypertensives.

Spironolactone Versus Amiloride as an Add on Agent in Resistant Hypertension

Joint National Committee 7 (JNC-7) defines resistant hypertension as a persistent elevation of blood pressure (BP) above goal - ≥ 140/90 mm Hg for the general hypertensive population or ≥ 130/80 mm Hg for persons with diabetes mellitus or chronic kidney disease - for at least three months despite treatment with three or more optimally dosed antihypertensive agents, including a diuretic. The exact prevalence of resistant hypertension is uncertain but may include 5-20% of hy...

Nice Morning- Safety and Efficacy Observational Study of Telmisartan in Hypertensive Patients in Multicenters

The purpose of this observational study is to survey the safety and effectiveness of the product under the real condition of usual practice in Taiwanese hypertensive patients. During the 8-week observation, the safety profiles and the clinical evaluation in between doses through blood pressure (BP) measurement for overall effectiveness of telmisartan therapy will be concluded.

The Japan-Combined Treatment With Olmesartan and a Calcium Channel Blocker Versus Olmesartan and Diuretics Randomized Efficacy Study (J-CORE)

The purpose of this study is to investigate which combination therapy is more effective for improving the blood pressure (BP) and reducing target organ damage in Japanese hypertensive patients: Angiotensin II receptor blocker (ARB) plus calcium channel blocker (CCB) or ARB plus diuretics.

1 Year Trial Telmisartan 80 mg Versus Valsartan 160 mg in Hypertensive Type 2 Diabetic Patients With Overt Nephropathy

The general aim of this study is to compare telmisartan 80 mg with valsartan 160 mg in hypertensive patients with type 2 diabetes and overt nephropathy with adjusted blood pressure beyond the target of 130/80 mmHg after one year of treatment. The primary objective of this study is to show that telmisartan 80 mg is at least as effective (i.e., not inferior) and possibly superior to valsartan 160 mg in reducing 24 hour proteinuria after one year of treatment.

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