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Effects of a Self-regulation Program on Self-care Behaviour of Heart Failure Patients

This RCT study aims to examine the effects of a self-regulation programme on the self-care behaviour and quality of life of patients with heart failure. The following hypothesis was tested: Heart failure patients who receive the self-regulation program will report significant improvements in self-care behaviours after four weeks of the self-regulation programme. In contrast, patients in the control group showed no significant differences.

Hormone KLOTHO Level in Heart Failure Patients That Participate in Rehabilitation Programme

30 patients suffering from Heart Failure with Ejection Fraction less than 40% start Cardiac Rehabilitation Programme, serum KLOTHO Hormone level and other labs and Echo measurements will be taken on the first visit. After completion of 3-month Rehabilitation Programme the second set of labs and Echo measurements will be taken. Than participants will be divided for 2 groups: the patients who wish to continue Rehabilitation programme for additional 3-month period and the ...


Flow Regulation by Opening the Septum in Patients With Heart Failure Trial

To investigate the safety and efficacy of a novel atrial flow regulator (AFR) device in patients with heart failure and preserved ejection fraction.

“ALOFT – Aliskiren Observation of Heart Failure Treatment”: Efficacy and Safety of Aliskiren Added on Top of Standard Therapy in Adults (≥ 18 Years) With Stable Heart Failure

This study was designed to determine if patients, who have both high blood pressure and heart failure and are currently receiving drug treatment for heart failure, have an improvement in their heart failure signs and symptoms and other indicators of heart failure after being treated with aliskiren on top of their current heart failure treatment. Aliskiren is an investigational drug; its safety will also be evaluated in this trial.

Curing Atrial Fibrillation in Heart Failure

Heart failure is a condition that occurs when the heart muscle weakens and no longer contracts normally. Half of these patients have an irregularity of heart rhythm called atrial fibrillation (AF). Patients with both heart failure and AF spend more time in hospital, and die earlier than those with heart failure alone. AF is difficult to treat with conventional methods in patients with heart failure. Radiofrequency ablation is a new technique used to cure AF. The investigat...

Non Invasive Assessment of Heart Failure

1. To Identify the role of aldosterone antagonist in patients of heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. 2. Portray the health profile of heart failure patients admitted in internal medicine department either heart failure with reduced ejection fraction or heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. 3. To compare between patients of right and left sided heart failure by biomarkers and parameters of echocardiographgy 4. Vitami...

Iatrogenic Chronotropic Incompetence and Exercise Tolerance in Heart Failure

Patients with CHF benefit from heart rate lowering, and the investigators have previously demonstrated that this does not adversely affect exercise tolerance. In a pacemaker population we also have shown that preventing heart rate lowering is detrimental in terms of symptoms and prognosis. The aim of the study is to therefore to establish whether heart rate limitation in patients with heart failure has a negative impact on exercise capacity. If the investigators establis...

Indacaterol in Heart Failure Patients: Any Role on Lung Fluid Regulation

The purposes of this study are: 1. To confirm safety of Indacaterol in stable Heart Failure. 2. To determine whether beta 2 alveolar receptor stimulation by Indacaterol is able to ameliorate lung diffusion in heart Failure patients treated with beta blockers. 3. To compare the effects of Indacaterol in patients treated with a non-selective beta blocker (Carvedilol) and a beta 1-selective beta blocker (Bisoprolol).

Clinical Study to Evaluate the Predictive Value of the Heart Failure Questionnaire (HF-Q) for the Occurrence of Μajor Αdverse Cardiovascular Events (MACE) in Patients With Symptomatic Heart Failure

Cardiac Heart Failure Questionnaire HF-Q) to assess the severity of the symptoms of Heart Failure. In this study, modified and translated, the "four-point" questionnaire by Severo and his associates - Heart Failure Questionnaire HF-Q, is used. The HF-Q Heart Failure Questionnaire consists of four closed questions: the first with four possible answers and the other three questions with the possibility of three simple-choice answers.

Chronotropic Incompetence in Patients With HFpEF

The purpose of this study is to determine the mechanisms of chronotropic incompetence (inability to increase heart rate with exercise) in patients with heart failure and preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF). The investigators will test both central command regulation and cardiac beta-receptor sensitivity over control of heart rate.

Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation in Chronic Heart Failure Patient

The purpose of the study is investigate the effects of NMES in regulation of serum IL-6 and IL-15 in chronic heart failure patients who received standard inpatient cardiac rehabilitation protocol

ANTHEM-HFrEF Pivotal Study

A multi-center randomized controlled clinical trial to evaluate Autonomic Regulation Therapy with the VITARIA system in patients with symptomatic heart failure and reduced ejection fraction.

Electronic S3 Prediction of Hospital Readmissions for HF Exacerbation

The study objective is to measure the value of the third heart sound (S3) for the prediction of recurrent heart failure (HF). For the purpose of this study, a heart failure event will be defined as a hospitalization with a primary diagnosis of heart failure. The main hypothesis of the study is that measurement of S3, using a microelectronic machine microphone positioned in a wearable device (Nanowear Wearable Congestive Heart Failure Management System) near the time of discharg...

Aldosterone Blockade in Heart Failure

Heart failure causes significant morbidity and mortality and is the most rapidly increasing cardiovascular diagnosis in North America overall prevalence is estimated at 0.4% to 2.4%. Recently, heart failure with a preserved ejection fraction (HFNEF) was found in up to 50% of patients with symptomatic heart failure. Many studies have demonstrated that HFNEF has a poor prognosis with a mortality rate of up to 8% per year and a 50% chance of needing to be admitted to hospital in ...

Autonomic Regulation Therapy in Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction

The ANTHEM-HFpEF Study is designed to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of vagus nerve stimulation (VNS) with the Cyberonics VNS Therapy System for the treatment of subjects with symptomatic heart failure with preserved and mid-range ejection fraction.

Get With The Guidelines-Heart Failure Registry

Get With The Guidelines-Heart Failure is designed to improve the quality of care in patients hospitalized with heart failure. The program aims to help ensure that eligible patients are initiated on guideline recommended therapies and receive appropriate counseling prior to hospital discharge.

Sleep Apnea Treatment During Cardiac Rehabilitation of Congestive Heart Failure Patients

Sleep disordered breathing (SDB) is a frequent comorbidity for heart failure patients. Its prevalence varies according to the seriousness of the condition of the patients, but it is present in approximately 50% of patients. Screening patients for SDB and managing them by providing adapted ventilation therapy should improve their quality of life or even their prognosis. Moreover, SDB lowers nocturnal cardiovascular recovery abilities and leads to an increase in fatigability and...

HOMe-based HEart Failure Self-Management Programme Study (The HOM-HEMP Study)

Aim: To develop a nurse-led, home-based self-management psychosocial education programme, entitled HOMe-based HEart Failure Self-Management Programme (HOM-HEMP), and evaluate its effects in improving health-related quality of life (HRQoL), psychological well-being, self-efficacy, self-care behavior and social support, as well as clinical outcomes among older patients with CHF in Singapore. Background: The number of elderly people is expected to increase in the coming decades, ...

Study of Left Ventricular Dyssynchrony in Heart Failure Patients

Heart failure has become one of the major epidemics of the modern era. Despite optimal standard drug therapy, the prognosis of patients with heart failure remains poor. Patient with Heart Failure are prone to have "dyssynchrony" which means that there are electrical disturbances that cause the heart to pump blood in an inefficient way. Ventricular dyssynchrony has been associated with increased mortality in patients with heart failure. Based on these observations, techniques ...

Heart Failure Study: The Atlanta Cardiomyopathy Consortium

Heart failure is a very common cause of hospital admission and there are half a million new cases diagnosed each year in the United States. While some important progress has been made over the last two decades for the treatment of heart failure, there still remains a critical need for further advances in our understanding of this disease in order to significantly improve patient outcomes. Large numbers of heart failure patients need to be studied over time to allow scientists...

Skeletal Muscle Perfusion With LVAD

Advanced heart failure (when the heart pump fails) is associated with symptoms such as shortness of breath and extreme fatigue. Some of these symptoms are simply due to failure of the pump, however abnormal regulation of blood flow to the muscles of the body is also a potential mechanism. Left ventricular assist devices are mechanical pumps used to compensate for patients with failing hearts either as a bridge to heart transplant or as long term therapy. Whether or not these pu...

Improving Drug Use for Elderly Heart Failure Patients

The aims of this randomized, clinical trial are to develop and test a multileveled pharmacy-based program to improve the care of patients with heart failure. Risk factors for deterioration of heart failure will be determined including poor adherence to medication.

Effects of Acute L-NMMA Treatment on Renal Hemodynamics and Vasoactive Hormones in Patients With Congestive Heart Failure

The study tests the hypothesis that nitric oxide availability is changed in congestive heart failure with regard to the regulation of renal hemodynamics, renal sodium excretion and release of vasoactive hormones. The study tests these hypotheses by comparing the effects of systemic nitric oxide inhibition with L-NMMA in congestive heart failure patients with healthy subjects on renal hemodynamics, blood pressure and plasma levels of vasoactive hormones.

Screening Evaluation of the Evolution of New Heart Failure (SCREEN-HF)

The investigators are hoping to identify early heart failure in patients who do not have symptoms as yet and at the same time assess the usefulness of Brain natriuetic peptide (BNP) in doing this.

Dietary Supplementation in Heart Failure

A single-center, double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over study pilot study comparing R Drink vs. placebo in 60 heart failure patients. Half of the participants will also have diabetes mellitus. The 60 patients will be distributed among three arms. Total distance walked in six minutes and hospital readmission rates will be examined. Eligible heart failure patients include those with systolic or diastolic heart failure and diabetes mellitus can be Type I or II. All patients ...

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