SPECT/CT Imaging of Skeletal Muscle Perfusion

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • End date
    Dec 2, 2023
  • participants needed
    140
  • sponsor
    Yale University
Updated on 2 June 2022
arteriopathy
diabetes
angiography
computed tomography angiography
diabetes mellitus
fasting
oral glucose tolerance test
hemoglobin a1c
glycosylated hemoglobin
vascular disease
glucose tolerance test
plasma glucose
revascularisation
obstructive disease
Accepts healthy volunteers

Summary

This study will use SPECT/CT imaging to assess the effect of percutaneous revascularization treatments in patients with Peripheral arterial disease and diabetes mellitus, in whom the disease can progress more quickly than in patients without diabetes.

Description

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a progressive atherosclerotic disease of the lower limbs that affects 8 to 10 million Americans, and is more prevalent and progresses more quickly in patients with diabetes mellitus (DM). There is a critical need for a standard non-invasive approach to assess response to treatment by three-dimensional (3D) perfusion to vascular territories of the feet in PAD patients. Assessing the response to treatment is particularly important in DM patients, who suffer from poor distal runoff and often require more distal revascularization to achieve limb salvage.

In this clinical study, the investigators will evaluate lower extremity skeletal muscle perfusion in the feet of healthy controls and PAD patients who are undergoing revascularization using conventional sodium iodide SPECT/CT imaging, as well as dynamic SPECT/CT imaging with a unique cadmium zinc telluride (CZT) system.

Healthy control subjects (n=15) will be recruited from Yale University and the greater New Haven area. In addition to healthy control subjects, 35 PAD patients with previously diagnosed diabetes will be recruited from Vascular Surgery and Interventional Cardiology at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Patients who are undergoing revascularization procedures will be identified and asked to participate in the imaging study prior to their revascularization procedure and will be imaged once again 1-3 days following revascularization, prior to hospital discharge.

Subjects will undergo resting perfusion imaging of the feet using two separate SPECT/CT systems. They will be injected with a low dose radiotracer. In healthy control subjects, arterial blood will be continuously sampled from the radial artery for calculation of a blood input function and K1 values for foot angiosomes. Additionally, we will sample heated venous "arterialized" blood from a hand vein retrograde to evaluate the potential for heated venous blood in the calculation of a blood input function, thus eliminating the need for arterial access in future PAD patient studies.

Details
Condition Peripheral Arterial Disease, Diabetes Mellitus
Treatment SPECT/CT Imaging, SPECT/CT imaging following revascularization procedures
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT02791204
SponsorYale University
Last Modified on2 June 2022

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Inclusion Criteria

CONTROLS
At least 18 years of age
Normal (0.9-1.2) Ankle Brachial Index
PAD PATIENTS
At least 18 years of age
Evidence of significant obstructive disease for one or multiple lower extremity arteries, as identified by CT angiography, ultrasound, or MR imaging
Previously diagnosed diabetes mellitus (type I or II), based on any of the following criteria: fasting plasma glucose great than 126 mg/dl on 2 separate occasions, glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) greater than 6.5% on 2 separate occasions, fasting plasma glucose greater than 200 mg/dl 2 hours following an oral glucose tolerance test on 2 separate occasions, or fasting plasma glucose and HbA1c above normal limits on same visit

Exclusion Criteria

CONTROLS
Unable to give informed consent
Enrolled in another trial
Preexisting medical conditions affecting the vascular system including, but not limited to: Coronary Artery Disease, Peripheral Arterial Disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, history of smoking
Pregnant or nursing
PAD PATIENTS
Unable to give informed consent or follow-up
Enrolled in another trial
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