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Therapeutic Areas: Cardiology/Vascular Diseases | Hematology | Family Medicine
Disease Category: High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)
Location: United States, FL
Clinical Trial Details
Research Study Summary
Do you think you're having difficulty controlling your high blood pressure?
Many people struggle to control their high blood pressure, a disease known as hypertension. New medical treatments can be a way to make high blood pressure easier to control. Medical research works towards finding those new treatments.
You will be taking a combination of study medications or a single type of study medication. If you need adjustments to your current medications, your study doctor wil adjust your medicines accordingly.
When you take part in this clinical research study:
- Study health professionals monitor your hypertension and blood pressure.
- Qualified participants will receive: study medication at no cost, study-related medical care (such as exams and lab tests) at no cost, possible compensation for time and travel.
Patient Inclusion Criteria
- Are at least 18 years old
- Have been diagnosed with hypertension (high blood pressure)
- Are not pregnant, or not planning to become pregnant
- Do not have Type 1 diabetes
Patient Exclusion Criteria
- Secondary hypertension or severe hypertension
- Clinically significant cardiovascular disease or heart failure
- Clinical significant respiratory disease that would prohibit the use of a beta blocker
- A medical contraindication to discontinuing a current antihypertensive therapy
- History of Type 1 diabetes mellitus
- History of Severe Mental Illness except mild depression
To Learn more
Both Male and Female
Date Last Changed:
July 18, 2013
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