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High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) Clinical Trials

A listing of High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (41) clinical trials

NYU Winthrop Hospital Clinical Trials Center is seeking research participants who are 18 years old or older, who are pregnant and between 28 and 37 weeks gestation and are interested in participating in a clinical trial.  Participants will be asked to provide blood and urine sample(s) to be used to ...

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Effect of RIC on BP and Inflammatory Response in Women With Pre-eclampsia

Pre-eclampsia, which affects about 2 to 7% of pregnancies, is a major cause of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. The onset of clinical symptoms (hypertension, proteinuria or end- organ dysfunction), are often seen in the last trimester of a pregnancy. The disease can have major consequences for both the ...

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Response to Anti-hypertensives in Pregnant and Postpartum Patients

Hypertensive disease in pregnancy is a major cause of maternal morbidity and mortality. This condition is responsible for about 12% of the maternal deaths in the United States. Currently, if pregnant patients present with severe hypertension they are either given IV labetalol, IV hydralazine of nifedipine based on individual provider ...


Early Vascular Adjustments During Hypertensive Pregnancy

Paradoxical fetal and maternal results of studies have led to inconsistent use of antihypertensive drugs or no treatment at all in mild to moderate gestational hypertension in the Netherlands. However, none of the studies have taken the individual maternal circulatory state or the contemplated blood pressure response into account. Hypertension ...


Monitoring Movement and Health Study

Objective: The investigators aim to conduct a prospective cohort study using state-of-the-art, noninvasive measurement of sedentary behavior in n=130 pregnant women during each trimester of their first pregnancy. We will link sedentary behavior to gestational weight gain, blood pressure, and potential determinants such as demographics, health conditions and behaviors, psychosocial ...

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Preeclampsia: A Marker for Future Cardiovascular Risk in Women

This study will compare blood vessel and hormone differences between women who have a history of a pregnancy complicated by preeclampsia or high blood pressure, and women who have a history of uncomplicated pregnancy in the last 10 years. The investigators hypothesize that postpartum women with history of preeclampsia will ...

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Catestatin and Hypertension in Pregnancy

Catestatin is a kind of protein involved with cardiovascular disease. Accumulated evidence shows that Catestatin may be a predictor of primary hypertension, but whether it plays the same role in pregnant hypertensive disorders needs to be determined. By measuring the plasma level of Catestatin, main biochemical marks and UCG in ...

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Blueberries for Improving Vascular Endothelial Function in Postmenopausal Women With Elevated Blood Pressure

Postmenopausal women are at an increased risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD) largely due to accelerated aging-related modifications to vascular health following menopause. The vascular endothelium is responsible for producing chemicals that are essential for proper vasodilation and blood flow and therefore is involved in maintaining normal blood pressure. A ...


NSAID Effects on Clinical and Imaging Breast Biomarkers

To accomplish our study aims, we will conduct a non-randomized phase II trial of AI alone as anastrozole in combination with sulindac in postmenopausal women with early stage ER+ breast cancer who are receiving an anastrozole as their adjuvant hormonal therapy. Recruitment will be limited to women on anastrozole to ...


Blood Pressure After PREeclampsia/HELLP by SELF Monitoring Study

RATIONALE Women with a previous history of preeclampsia (PE)/HELLP have a twofold higher risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and a fourfold increased risk to develop hypertension at a relative young age. In the latest 2016 ESC guidelines 'CVD prevention', previous PE has been acknowledged as a serious CVD risk factor ...

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