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NCT number NCT03348878
Study type Interventional
Source Hospices Civils de Lyon
Contact Patrice NONY, MD
Phone (0)4-72-35-72-31,
Email patrice.nony@chu-lyon.fr
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date November 2017
Completion date August 2020

Clinical Trial Summary

Therapeutic compliance is defined as the degree of coincidence between a person's behavior and prescribing advice given by his or her physician. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), "insufficient adherence is the main reason why patients do not get all the benefits they could expect from their medicines. It causes medical and psychosocial complications, diminishes the quality of life of patients, increases the likelihood of drug resistance, and waste of resources. " In the case of certain conditions such as high blood pressure (hypertension), poor adherence increases the risk of stroke, acute coronary syndrome, and heart failure.

In patients with uncontrolled hypertension under treatment, the issue of therapeutic non-compliance should always be considered before considering the dose (supplemental drug) of antihypertensive therapy.

For each patient participating in the study, medication adherence (for one of the antihypertensive treatments) will be assessed for 2 months using an electronic pill. The antihypertensive treatments considered for the study belong to the following classes: diuretics, beta-blockers, calcium-blockers, ACE (angiotensin-converting enzyme) inhibitors, sartans.

Main objective: care objective: to provide physicians and patients with assistance in case of ineffectiveness or therapeutic escape in a chronic disease such as hypertension, by assessing the compliance profile of each patient.

Secondary objectives: to carry out a quantitative typology of drug adherence in patients with unbalanced HTA under treatment.


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