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This observational post market study is intended to characterize hemodynamic-guided management of patients with an existing left ventricular assist device (LVAD) to protocol specified target ranges and its impact on functional status, quality of life, and readmissions
A randomized study designed to determine whether telephone based interventions can prevent return hospital visits for elderly and frail patients with acute symptoms of heart failure. Specifically, the intervention will improve patients ability to monitor and address self care of heart failure at home.
The purpose of this non-randomized, cross-over, unblinded, single-center feasibility study is to assess the sensitivity of the LINQ ICM to measure derived-subcutaneous impedance in patients with heart failure during periods when diuretics and/or HF-medication consumption is increased or suspended for 48 hours (up to 72 hours at physician discretion) and to collect safety information related to HF status and to medication consumption changes.
This pilot study will evaluate the efficacy and safety of CCM therapy in heart failure patients with baseline EF≥50% (HFpEF) who have New York Heart Association (NYHA) Class II or III symptoms despite appropriate medication. The terminology of the HF classification HFpEF is based on the 2016 European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Heart Failure Guidelines.
The study objectives are to demonstrate the ease and safety of bilateral cervically implanted phrenic nerve stimulators for Central Sleep Apnea in patients with Heart Failure. To demonstrate the efficacy, both in the short and long term, of implanted phrenic nerve stimulators in patients with Central Sleep Apnea and Heart Failure. Central Sleep Apnea is a form of hypoventilation syndrome, for which this device is FDA approved. We will also determine if the patient's quality and duration of life is improved by using the PNS to treat CSA in heart failure patients.
This study assesses the ability of ambulatory patients with heart failure (HF) to use a smartphone application created for the management of patients with chronic HF. This study will aim: - To understand the frequency with which ambulatory HF patients engage with this smartphone application. - To determine whether patient's knowledge of HF and its management has improved with the use of this smartphone application. - To assess improvement in quality of life measures related to the use of this smartphone application. - To assess improvement in lifestyle measures related to the use of this smartphone application.
The MANAGE-HF study is a multi-center, global, prospective, open label, multi-phase trial intended to evaluate the clinical efficacy of the HeartLogic heart failure diagnostic feature.
Safety and performance evaluation of the Doraya catheter in patients admitted with AHF.
The objective of the BOSS Study is to assess acute anatomical and geometric annular and ventricular changes that occur when strategically positioned an external inflatable chambers are applied to the outside of the heart.
Heart failure (HF) is a major cardiovascular disease with increasing prevalence. Thiamine deficiency is common in HF patients. Previous small studies have shown that thiamine supplementation can improve left ventricular systolic function in HF, but larger clinical studies are lacking. Given the ease of supplementation and the potential benefits in HF, we aim to conduct a pilot randomized controlled trial (RCT) using high dose thiamine supplementation in HF patients. The main goal of this pilot study is to determine the feasibility of recruitment for an RCT of thiamine supplementation.