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This Phase IV, multicenter trial is designed to assess the efficacy of prasugrel in preventing the formation of blood clots in Taiwanese patients with ACS who have been treated with PCI.
A randomized, open-label, single dose, crossover study to evaluate pharmacokinetic profiles and safety/tolerability of CKD-357 in healthy volunteers
The study is aimed to optimized the dose-adjusted regimen of beta-blockers in patients with acute coronary syndrome by investigating therapeutic and curative results of target doses Beta-blockers using the dose-adjusted pathway of beta-blockers.
Coronary artery disease is defined as a disease of the arteries that vascularize the heart, resulting in myocardial ischemia, i.e. insufficient blood supply to the heart muscle. Eventually, it may be responsible for acute coronary syndrome that includes unstable angina (chest pain) and myocardial infarction (necrosis of the heart muscle). The main cause of this disease is atheroma, and management involves reducing modifiable cardiovascular risk factors (sedentary lifestyle, smoking, obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, dyslipidemia). Every year, this disease affects more than 120 000 people in France, aging 65 years on average. In this real public health problem, there is a significant discrepancy between the excellence of the management of the acute incident and the inadequacy of the re-adaptive and educational management of the care suites. In fact, it is noted that hospitalization times are short given the progress of myocardial revascularization, associated with a low intra-hospital mortality rate, 3% but the places in rehabilitation programs ("Soins de Suite et de Réadaptation" or "SSR") are too limited (25% of the patients are included in these programs). Physical rehabilitation has proven effective for decades, with robust evidence of decreased recurrence and mortality (-20%). At the Groupe Hospitalier Mutualiste of Grenoble, France, patients are offered two courses of treatment in post-myocardial infarction: - A therapeutic education program: SCarabée, - A rehabilitation program (SSR) The therapeutic education program aims to help the patient identify his needs, acquire knowledge, strengthen his resources and finally develop with him a project to improve his quality of life. SSR offers physical rehabilitation as a treatment for infarction, which improves cardiovascular function, which is assessed by the cardiorespiratory test. Is the Scarabée therapeutic education program is sufficient to help the patient improve his physical abilities? This study aims to answer this question, by setting up a reinforced monitoring of the evolution of the cardiovascular function of the patients included in the SCArabée program, via cardiorespiratory tests. The results of this first pilot study will potentially lead to a second randomized study comparing therapeutic education associated with Adapted Physical Education versus therapeutic education alone for the improvement of cardiorespiratory functions and the quality of life of these patients.
CardoCHUVI registry was aim to study ischemic and bleeding complication after an acute coronary syndrome (ACS), both in-hospital and follow-up events.
The purpose of this study is to assess: - the population pharmacokinetics of unbound ticagrelor and its metabolite in acute coronary syndrome patients treated by ticagrelor - ticagrelor and its metabolite levels by LC-MS/MS
ACS are a potent risk factor for AF, with new onset AF occurring in up to 1 in every 5 patients hospitalized with an ACS. Despite its relatively frequent occurrence and the many etiologic factors involved in its pathogenetic condition, the frequency and prognostic significance of AF complicating ACS remain unclear
This is an observational and prospective cohort study to examine whether the addition of IVUS plaque morphological evaluation to FFR haemodynamic assessment of non-culprit lesions in NSTEACS patients will better predict MACEs.
The prevalence of cardiac arrests is still high worldwide. Despite the return of spontaneous circulation (ROSC), mortality and morbidity in post cardiac arrest patients is reported high. Comprehensive management is essential in treating patients with post cardiac arrest syndrome. Adequate circulatory stability is achieved with fluid therapy, vasoactive drug therapy, and consideration of mechanical support. Intra-Aortic Ballon Pump (IABP) is one of the most feasible and available mechanical support in developing countries including Indonesia. There are several benefits of IABP reported in acute myocardial infarction complicated with cardiogenic shock. Nevertheless, the IABP-SHOCK II study revealed contradictive result which is IABP support was not improving mortality in acute myocardial infarction complicated with cardiogenic shock after revascularization. Other study, Korean Acute Myocardial Infarction Registry (KAMIR), also reported no benefits of IABP support in cardiogenic shock patients. But, the study the investigators mentioned earlier is a registry study, attributed to selection bias and several confounding factors resulting mismatch in population. There are no consideration to IABP time of initiation and duration of use in both studies. The Investigator is aiming to prove the early insertion of IABP to a better outcome compared with the absence of early IABP. The objective of the study is to assess mortality in post cardiac arrest syndrome patients with early insertion of IABP support. A total of 102 subjects will be enrolled in this study, divided into IABP and non-IABP group. The primary outcome is in-hopital-mortality, and various indicators in the pathomechanisme of post cardiac arrest syndrome will be measured in 30 minutes and 6 hours after ROSC. Effective lactate clearance, IL-6, Beclin-1, Caspase-3, a-vO2 diff, and ScvO2, cardiac output, VTI, TAPSE and ejection fraction will be measured and analized between the two groups.
Contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN), an acute kidney injury resulting from the administration of intravascular iodinated contrast media, is an important cause of morbidity/mortality following coronary angiographic procedures in high-risk patients. Despite preventative measures intended to mitigate the risk of CIN, there remains a need for an effective intervention. Dietary inorganic nitrate therapy, which through its chemical reduction in the body delivers nitric oxide has shown promise in attenuating CIN, but its effectiveness in preserving long-term renal function is unknown.