View clinical trials related to Chronic Ischemic Heart Disease.Filter by:
The study is about exploring physiological angiogenesis linked to tissue repair in patients with acute heart infarction or chronic heart ischemia by means of 68Ga-NODAGA-RGD PET/CT imaging.
Observational, prospective multicentric, national study, evaluating the diagnostic and therapeutic pathways of patient with cronic coronary artery disease followed in Italian cardiology centers.
The aim is to examine the expression of αvβ3 integrin using a novel selective radiotracer in patients with chronich ischemic heart disease and investigate if it is a suitable tool for predicting myocardial recovery and thus prognosis after intervention.
Assess the safety and effectiveness of stem cell application with regard to improvement in regional myocardial function in patients receiving Trans-Myocardial Laser Revascularization (TMR) and stem cells.
Phase I-II Clinical Trial-Safety and efficacy of umbilical cord derived mesenchymal stem cells (UC-MSCs) in patients with chronic heart ischemia cohort and perspective study.
Patients with advanced coronary artery disease usually undergo incomplete myocardial revascularization due to the extension and diffuseness of the disease, with very poor distal arterial beds unsuitable for direct revascularization. This study was designed to test the hypothesis that direct, intramyocardial injection of autologous bone marrow cells may further improve myocardial perfusion in patients undergoing incomplete bypass surgery.
Intramyocardial, NOGA guided injection of bone marrow derived mononuclear cells in patients with chronic ischemic heart disease and LVEF < 40%. The primary objective is to determine whether the administration of the cells improves recovery of the left ventricular function. Secondary objective is the finding of clinical or paraclinical parameters to predict potential benefits of the treatment (basing on MRI characteristics such as size, transmurality of the myocardial infarction and peri-lesional ischemia). In the first part of the study 10 patients are treated without control group. This phase serves as feasibility and safety part of the study.
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common cause of death and a major cause of hospital admissions for acute chest pain. In spite of improved treatments still many patients with CAD have daily attacks of severe chest pain and severely reduced life quality. The investigators have established a double-blind placebo-controlled trial in patients with CAD to test efficacy and safety of treatment with adipose derived stem cells to improve perfusion in the heart muscle and exercise capacity, and reduce the patient's symptoms.
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is a common disorder that can lead to heart failure. Not all people with CAD are eligible for today's standard treatments. One new treatment approach uses stem cells—specialized cells capable of developing into other types of cells—to stimulate growth of new blood vessels for the heart. This study will determine the safety and effectiveness of withdrawing stem cells from someone's bone marrow and injecting those cells into the person's heart as a way of treating people with CAD and heart failure.