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PRIZE ET Sub-Study

Microvascular angina (MVA) is caused by abnormalities of the small blood vessels in the heart. Endothelin-1 (ET-1) is a chemical messenger that circulates and accumulates in the blood vessel walls, causing them to narrow or go into spasm and thicken over a long period, especially as levels of ET-1 increase. …

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exercise stress test
exercise ecg
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  • 01 Oct, 2021
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Quadratus Lumborum Block Versus Transversus Abdominis Block

The advent of laparotomy replacement by minimally invasive techniques brought the obvious benefit of postoperative pain reduction. The application of transversus abdominis block has already demonstrated to reduce postoperative pain in laparoscopic hysterectomy. The comparison between it and quadratus lumborum block in cesarean sections showed that the latter was superior …

pain relieving
remifentanil
opioid
postoperative pain
analgesia
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  • 08 Nov, 2021
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Prevention of Low Blood Pressure After Cardiac Surgery in Heart Failure Patients With a Filter Called CytoSorb.

Vasoplegia is a common complication after heart surgery for heart failure. With vasoplegia, the blood vessels can no longer squeeze properly, causing low blood pressure that is sometimes difficult to treat with medication. One of the causes of this complication is likely to be the use of the heart-lung machine, …

heart surgery
heart failure
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  • 11 Nov, 2021
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Trendelenburg as a First-line Intervention in Critically Ill, Sedated, Invasively Mechanically Ventilated, Hypotensive Patients (Trend)

A pilot randomized controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of Trendelenburg position in critically ill patients with hypotension, mainly patients with septic shock and post operative vasoplegia. The main aim is to assess whether Trendelenburg position can improve organ function through a reduction in the need of fluid …

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  • 24 Mar, 2022
The Effect of Endothelin and L-Arginine on Racial Differences in Vasoconstriction

The goal of the study is to examine the possible mechanisms of impaired cutaneous microvascular function through local heating along with administration of vasoconstrictors.

Accepts healthy volunteers
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  • 22 Mar, 2022
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Angiotensin Metabolite Profile After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage

The outcome of subarchnoid hemorrhage depends on the severity of the bleeding and the development of secondary neurologic deficits caused by cerebral vasospasm. The primary endpoint is a comparison of renin angiotensin system (RAS) parameters (plasma concentrations of Angiotensin [Ang] I, Ang II, Ang 1-7, and Ang 1-5, angiotensin metabolite …

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  • 14 Mar, 2022
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Postoperative Vasopressor Usage: SQUEEZE (SQUEEZE)

A prospective multi-centre international observational study of postoperative vasopressor use, designed to answer the question: 'What is the proportion of patients that receive vasopressor infusions? In the management of these patients; Are there variations in the practice between clinicians, hospitals or countries? If yes, are they associated with clinical outcome? …

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  • 24 Mar, 2022
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Prevalence and Pathophysiology of Systemic Arterial Pressure Abnormalities in Childhood Sickle Cell Disease (DrépaPA)

alteration of the sympathovagal balance contributing to the regulation of vascular tone. Indeed, a disturbance of this balance with an increase in vasoconstrictor sympathetic tone has already been found

stroke
thalassemia
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  • 26 Jan, 2022
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Macro- and Microcirculation Crosstalk in Brain-damaged Patients Under Anesthesia or in Intensive Care (MICRONOR)

vasoconstrictor vasoactive agents is commonly used. These vasoactive agents, widely used to correct hypotension or hypertension, have their own effects on the load conditions of the left ventricle and the

resuscitation
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  • 03 May, 2022
Efficacy and Safety of Angiotensin II Use in Coronavirus Disease(COVID)-19 Patients With Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome

This study aims to find out whether the use of angiotensin II, which is a drug to raise blood pressure has been approved by European Medical Agency in August 2019, as an add-on medication to increase blood pressure in patients with COVID-19, acute severe lung injury, inflammation and severe shock, …

shock
norepinephrine
angiotensin
acute respiratory distress
ventilator-induced lung injury
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  • 15 Aug, 2021
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