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Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Trials

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Human iPSC for Repair of Vasodegenerative Vessels in Diabetic Retinopathy

Vascular complications due to diabetes mellitus (DM) are the result of sustained vascular injury with insufficient vascular repair. In chronic diabetes, vascular reparative mechanism can be lost resulting in development of microvascular complications (MVC), such as diabetic retinopathy (DR). We assessed the reparative function of progenitor cells that circulate in ...

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Blood Pressure Control in ESH Excellence Centres

The most important task of the European Society of Hypertension is to improve blood pressure treatment and increase blood pressure control, thus decreasing cardiovascular risk, premature cardiovascular and renal morbidity and mortality, with in addition a reduction of health-care costs. More than a decade ago, the European Society of Hypertension ...

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Chronic Hypertension and Pregnancy (CHAP) Project

During pregnancy, chronic hypertension (CHTN) is the most common major medical disorder encountered, occurring in 2-6%. The substantial negative effect of CHTN on pregnancy includes a consistent 3- to 5-fold increase in superimposed preeclampsia and adverse perinatal outcomes (fetal or neonatal death, preterm birth -PTB, poor fetal growth and placental ...

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Hypertension Registry of "Hypertension Prevention and Control Initiative in China"

Objective: The study aims to investigate the clinical features, treatment, blood pressure control and outcomes of hypertension patients managed in the "Hypertension Prevention and Control Initiative in China" project. Study Type: A national, multicenter, observational, prospective cohort study. Study Design: The cardinal contents of this registry study are as follows: ...

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Effects of Exercise Training on Blood Pressure Variability

This study will be a randomized trial, with two intervention arms: 1) Aerobic training (AT) and 2) Combined training (CT) groups. The planned training period will be 12 weeks for each group. Patients of both groups will be asked to exercise three times a week. Each session will last 80 ...

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Controlling and Lowering Blood Pressure With the MobiusHD

The CALM-DIEM Trial is an open-label, prospective, multicenter study for patients who have been selected for treatment with the MobiusHD.

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Metabolic and Bone Changes After Adjuvant Cancer Treatments in Early Non-metastatic Breast Cancer

Purpose and background Breast cancer is the most common cancer in Danish women, and has an average of 4,750 new cases a year (1). Patients treated for early (non-metastatic) breast cancer (EBC) comprise, due to earlier diagnosis and improved treatment, a large and growing group of cancer survivors. However, many ...

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The Hypotensive Effects of Home-Based Isometric Handgrip Training in Older Adults With Pre-Hypertension and Hypertension - The HoldAge Trial

New data suggests that isometric handgrip training (IHT) might become a novel tool in the treatment of hypertension. The main purpose of this research project is to evaluate the effects of home-based IHT on ambulatory blood pressure in older adults with pre-hypertension and hypertension. Eighty-four older adults with pre-hypertension and ...

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Renal Denervation on Quality of 24-hr BP Control by Ultrasound In Resistant Hypertension

Patients with treatment resistance hypertension is defined patients being treated on 3 or more different classes of antihypertensive medications including diuretics.

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Effects of Adrenal Artery Ablation and Adrenalectomy in Patients With Primary Aldosteronism

Primary aldosteronism (PA) is the main cause of secondary hypertension, affecting 5-15% of the general hypertensive population. Early diagnosis and treatment are of crucial importance as patients with PA are more susceptible to cardiovascular and cerebrovascular morbidity and mortality than blood-pressure-matched hypertensive patients. Current guidelines indicate that mineralocorticoid receptor (MR) ...

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