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Therapeutic advances have significantly improved the survival of patients with cancer. However, these novel therapies are associated with a concomitant increase in the prevalence of toxicity, including cardiovascular complications of cancer therapy. Among these adverse drug reactions, heart failure and, more generally, cancer therapy-related cardiac dysfunction are the most concerning cardiovascular complications of cancer therapy, carrying a high morbidity burden and an elevated risk of death. Patients with both heart failure and cancer have a worse prognosis when compared with heart failure patients with no history of cancer. It is therefore crucial to enhance the identification of patients at a higher risk of cancer therapy-related cardiac dysfunction both before and during treatment, especially when utilizing cancer therapies with known potential cardiovascular adverse drug reactions. The explosion of new anticancer drugs has led to the potential association of these therapies with cardiac dysfunction. Using VigiBase, the World Health Organization's (WHO) global pharmacovigilance database, the investigators aimed to assess the relationship between cancer therapy-related cardiac dysfunction and the administration of anti-cancer drugs.
The purpose of this clinical study is to explore the long-term efficacy and safety of the Corheart 6 Left Ventricular Assist System (LVAS) as a treatment for patients with advanced heart failure. The study will be a single-arm, prospective, single-center, non-blinded, and non-randomized study with a follow-up duration of five years.
Primary objective is to is to evaluate the bioequivalence of two formulations
Patients in the Intensive Cardiovascular Care Unit (ICCU) often present with cardiovascular disease (CVD) issues accompanied by various non-cardiovascular conditions. However, a widely applicable scoring system to predict patient outcomes in the ICCU is lacking. Therefore, developing and validating scores for predicting ICCU patient outcomes are warranted. The aims of the IndONEsia ICCU (One ICCU) registry include developing an epidemiological registry of ICCU patients and establishing a multicentre research network to analyse patient outcomes.This nationwide multicenter cohort will capture data from patients receiving cardiovascular critical care treatment in 10 Indonesian hospitals with ICCU facilities. Recorded data will encompass demographic characteristics, physical examination findings at hospital and ICCU admission, diagnoses at ICCU admission, therapy, intervention, complications on days 3 and 5 of in-ICCU care, in-hospital outcomes, and 30-day outcomes. The One ICCU is a large, prospective registry describing the care process and advancing clinical knowledge in ICCU patients. It will serve as an investigational platform for predicting the mortality of ICCU patients.
This Study Aims to Evaluate the Safety, Tolerability and Efficacy of R2R01 Combined With SOC as Compared to SOC Alone in Outpatients With Worsening Heart Failure (WHF)
The goal of the study is to investigate the feasibility and benefit of novel guideline-directed heart failure therapy drug Empagliflozin (Jardiance) for adult patients with congenital heart disease (ACHD).
This prospective, single-centre, open-label, randomized study aims to determine whether coordinated care in administering protective vaccinations (against Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and influenza) impacts the prognosis of patients with chronic heart failure. The main question it aims to answer is: • Does coordinated care through vaccinations improve the prognosis of patients with chronic heart failure?
Heart failure is a condition in which the heart stops pumping effectively, causing symptoms such as breathlessness or leg swelling. It affects around 900,000 people in the United Kingdom. As our population gets older, this number will continue rise. It is a condition with poor overall survival - nearly 50% of patients die within 5 years of being diagnosed with heart failure. Cardiac cachexia is a complex condition associated with heart failure. There is general loss of muscle with or without loss of fat in cardiac cachexia. The main feature of cardiac cachexia is therefore unintentional weight loss in heart failure patients. The reason why it develops is poorly understood currently. Importantly, some studies have shown that cardiac cachexia is more likely to lead to poorer outcomes (such as death) in the patients who develop it. However, there have been no studies, to our knowledge, that look at this condition in those patients who have very weak hearts ('advanced heart failure'). The investigators are looking to clarify how common cardiac cachexia is within advanced heart failure patients, and secondly how outcomes compare to those advanced heart failure patients that do not have the condition. With this in mind, the investigators will be able to establish the fuller impact cardiac cachexia has on survival and outcomes in patients with advanced heart failure. This study will involve assessing a group of ~200 advanced heart failure patients for cardiac cachexia to establish an estimate of how common it is overall. The investigators will then follow up the patients over a year, to see if we can assess the impact of cardiac cachexia on survival and outcomes. Overall, the investigators therefore hope this study will give a more robust picture on the true impact of cardiac cachexia in advanced heart failure. By doing so, the investigators will firstly highlight its importance to other clinicians who will better be able to monitor and or diagnose it, and secondly pave way for more research on a potential treatment strategy for this condition.
Concentrated autologous bone marrow mononuclear cells (ABM MNC) contain potentially therapeutic cell factors and past studies support therapeutic benefit to patients with cardiac diseases of acute myocardial infarction, ischemia, and heart failure when utilized as this study is designed. The purpose of the study is to determine the safety and efficacy of CardiAMP cell therapy system in patients with ischemic heart failure. It is a prospective, multi-center, randomized, controlled, patient and evaluator-blinded study comparing treatment with the CardiAMP cell therapy system to a control procedure with diagnostic catheterization.
The goal of this observational study is determine if reduced ventricular ejection fraction is a factor that determines a pro-oxidant imbalance in patients subjected to cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass. The main questions are: - 1. Preoperative reduced left ventricular function determines higher blood and atrial tissue oxidative stress in patients subjected to cardiopulmonary bypass - 2. Oxidative stress markers in atrial tissue of cardiac surgical patients with develop atrial fibrillation The main tasks participants will be asked to do is register the symptoms of arrhythmia and heart failure. Also, obtain a electrocardiographic register if any present palpitations or chest pain with clinical significance This study not present a comparison group.