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Diabetes and Hypertension Clinical Trials

A listing of Diabetes and 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 (95) clinical trials

Effects of Flavanoids in Essential Hypertension Type 2 Diabetes and Healthy Persons

The study population is divided into 3 main groups, namely healthy controls, patients with diabetes type 2 (defined by American Diabetes Association's (ADA)) and patients with essential hypertension (the latter group is again divided into 3 subgroups: use of betablockers, calcium-antagonists or renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS)-inhibitors). Each main goup will consist ...

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MyLife: A Digital Health Coaching Program

100 overweight and sedentary patients at early risk for lifestyle-related chronic diseases will be recruited and receive a screening and consent survey link via the Way To Health web portal, Upon reaching the portal, potential participants will be asked to create an account and will then be informed of ...

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The MHERO Study (Michigan's Hypertension Diabetes and Obesity Education Research Online)

Adults with overweight or obesity, hypertension, and prediabetes or type 2 diabetes are at a high risk of adverse health outcomes including stroke, renal disease, myocardial infarction, and premature death. Evidence suggests that the first-line treatment for adults with this triple burden should be a comprehensive diet and lifestyle intervention. ...


Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) Pilot

This is a pilot project to evaluate the feasibility of a larger study to evaluate the effectiveness of Personal Activity Intelligence (PAI) score in patients with chronic disease, as an adjunct to lifestyle medical therapy. The PAI score is a proprietary formula developed by PAI Health (PH) to aid physical ...

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Evaluation of a Lifestyle Medicine Practice

The main objective of the study is to evaluate the effectiveness of the PI's lifestyle medicine practice over time. Sub-objectives are: Understand variables that affect success in application of lifestyle medicine to lead to improved patient outcomes. Develop a model for practice evaluation that can be utilized for board certification ...

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Peru Longitudinal Study

The aim is to track the changes in disease prevalence of people living in impoverished urban communities in Lima over the next 10 years. Based on data collected in prior years and in an ongoing manner, Ohio University Global Health teams will be introducing interventions focused to positively impact disease ...

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Acute Exercise Effects in Obese Pregnancy

Maternal obesity prevalence is at a historic high with over 1 in 3 women entering pregnancy obese and 1 in 10 extremely obese. Obesity before and during pregnancy is associated with a higher risk for a number of obstetric and metabolic complications in women and their offspring. Of particular importance, ...

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Antidiuretic Function Before and During Treatment With SGLT2 Inhibitors (GliRACo 1)

The pathophysiological explanations of the cardiovascular improvement of patients treated with SGLT2i are not yet known: osmotic diuresis and natriuresis, direct effects of weight reduction, increased in nitric oxide release, oxidative stress reduction, local renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system (RAAS) inhibition are the supposed mechanism. In the Literature the diuretic effect of SGLT2i ...

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No-worry Baby Project

Huizhou mother-infant cohort (No-worry Baby Project) is a scientific research/public health project jointly initiated by Huizhou First Maternity and Child Healthcare Hospital and School of Public Health, Sun Yat-sen University. The project plans to recruit 10,000 participants since early pregnancy and follow up for three years after birth in the ...

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Intervention for High-normal or Borderline-elevated Blood Pressure in Adults With Type 2 Diabetes

The IPAD trial is a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter study. 12,000 patients will be recruited over three years with a median follow up of 3.5 years. IPAD tests the hypothesis that antihypertensive medical therapy in adult patients with type 2 diabetes, whose seated BP ranges from 130 to 149 mm ...