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Angina Clinical Trials

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Found (4) clinical trials

Impact of Ranolazine in Blood Markers in Women With Angina and Metabolic Syndrome

Evaluate the ability of ranolazine to favorably modify thrombogenic, inflammatory, lipogenic, oxidative stress and hormonal biomarkers in a relatively short period of time in a group of ethnically diverse women with chronic stable angina and metabolic syndrome. Evaluate the ability of ranolazine to favorably decrease angina frequency and nitroglycerine use ...

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Comprehensive Treatment of Angina in Women With Microvascular Dysfunction

Coronary microvascular dysfunction is found to be associated with a significant adverse prognosis. The condition is strongly associated with increased future risk of major cardiovascular events, frequent hospital readmission, continued angina and loss of quality of life compared to the general population. Pathophysiology of microvessel disease: In the heart 95% ...

Phase N/A

Glucagon-like Peptide-1 and Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction in Women With Angina Pectoris and no Coronary Stenosis

Background Patients with symptoms and signs of ischemia are referred to coronary angiography (CAG) or CT angiography (CT-CAG). A significant proportion of these patients and especially women appear to have no obstructive coronary stenosis. Patients with angina-like symptoms and no macrovascular coronary stenosis have previously been considered without increased risk ...

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Development of a Novel Stress Testing Protocol to Define the Relationship Between Coronary Microvascular Dysfunction and Diastology in Women With Angina But No Evidence of Obstructive Coronary Artery Disease

Microvascular coronary dysfunction (MCD) (abnormities in small blood vessels/arteries in heart) with symptoms of persistent chest pain, primarily impacts women. There are an estimated 2-3 million women in the US with MCD and about 100,000 new cases annually. Recent data from our research group suggests that coronary microvascular disease impairs ...

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