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NCT ID: NCT06099028 Completed - Heart Failure Clinical Trials

Heart Failure Treatment Pattern Analysis of HF Patients in HF Centers and Non-HF Centers in China

Start date: September 1, 2021
Study type: Observational

This is a retrospective, researcher-initiated, database-based study that will retrospectively observe the treatment and medication patterns of about 22,500 patients with heart failure from 25 heart failure centers and 25 non-heart failure centers in the database of heart failure center. The proportion of patients with heart failure treatment drugs reaching the target dose recommended in the guidelines and discontinuation rate will be observed at 1 month, 3 months and 12 months follow up time point. The purpose of this study is to illustrate the current HF treatment status in HF center hospitals and non-HF center hospitals, which may provide insights for improving the clinical practice of heart failure treatment in China, and promote the standardization of heart failure treatment in China.

NCT ID: NCT06092658 Completed - Clinical trials for Analyze Etiology, Comorbidities, Clinical Characteristics

Cohort Study of Chronic Heart Failure

Start date: November 20, 2012
Study type: Observational

The purpose is to understand the clinical characteristics of chronic heart failure as soon as possible, analyze the etiology, comorbidities, clinical characteristics, and treatment of heart failure patients, observe the gap between real-world clinical practice and guideline recommendations, and provide reference for the improvement of heart failure prevention and treatment in China.

NCT ID: NCT06070506 Completed - Heart Failure Clinical Trials

Heart Failure With Improved Ejection Fraction and Deep Learning

Start date: March 1, 2022
Study type: Observational

The aim of this study was to design a deep learning-based trained model to assist in HFimpEF diagnosis.

NCT ID: NCT06068725 Completed - Heart Failure Clinical Trials

The Effect of Video Training o Symptom Management With Heart Failure

Start date: September 1, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The purpose of this clinical study is to compare the effect of video-assisted training on the quality of life and symptom management of patients over the age of 65. The main questions it aims to answer are: -Is there a difference between symptom management and quality of life between the first and last follow-up periods of patients in the application and control groups?

NCT ID: NCT06068166 Completed - Clinical trials for Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction

Thoracic Epidural Anesthesia Reduces Mortality and Rehospitalization for Patients With Heart Failure With Reduced Ejection Fraction:a Retrospective Matched Case-control Study

Start date: July 1, 2013
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Despite significant scientific breakthrough in management, patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) remain high morbidity and mortality, with a 5-year survival rate of 25% after hospitalization for HFrEF. The autonomic nervous system (ANS), particularly the sympathetic nervous system (SNS), plays a critical compensatory role in maintaining cardiovascular homeostasis in the failing heart. This is critical given the huge unmet need for novel treatment strategies for HFrEF. Thoracic epidural anesthesia (TEA), the infusion of anesthetic agents (eg, lidocaine or ropivacaine) into the epidural space, is used to achieve sympathetic block at the T1 to T4 levels in thoracic and abdominal surgical procedures. Since 1995, Professor Liu Fengqi has pioneered the use of TEA to treat end-stage HFrEF and achieved surprising results. TEA could reduce the enlarged heart cavity, halt and reverse cardiac remodeling, and improve cardiac systolic and diastolic function. Currently, thousands of HFrEF patients have received TEA procedure. However, it is unclear whether TEA could positively impact the clinical outcomes of patients with HFrEF.

NCT ID: NCT06065566 Completed - Clinical trials for Insufficiency;Cardiac

Effect of Parenteral Glutamine on Myocardial Injury and Inflammation Biomarkers

Start date: February 4, 2020
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The effect of parenteral glutamine on the biomarkers of myocardial injury and inflammation in patients undergoing cardiac surgery with and without cardiopulmonary bypass (DCP) will be analyzed. Randomized controlled clinical trial, from October 2018 to February 2022. 124 patients: 14 patients with DCP and 14 patients without DCP, both + glutamine (L-alanyl-L-glutamine dipeptide, at a dose of 0.4 g / kg) 6 hours before surgery and 14 patients with PCD and 14 patients without PCD + placebo (saline) 6 hours before surgery. Blood samples will be taken to measure the level of TROP-I, CPK-MB, HSP-70, TNFa, IL6, IL10 and PCR 1 hour before the administration of Glutamine / Placebo, 1 hour before surgery, then at 1 , 12 and 24 hours after surgery.

NCT ID: NCT06026215 Completed - Heart Failure Clinical Trials

Assessing the Effects of Mechanical Unloading on Repair Version-1

Start date: January 15, 2015
Study type: Observational

The mechanism by which heart failure initiates and progresses and the mechanisms of heart repair remain unclear. The left ventricular assist device (LVAD) is a therapy to stabilise patients while they await their transplant. The LVAD helps pump blood around the body, giving the heart an opportunity to recover. During surgery, the apical core tissue is routinely removed to allow the implantation of the device (this tissue is normally discarded). Some patients demonstrate cardiac recovery, allowing the device to be removed without later needing a transplant. As part of the LVAD removal procedure, the section around the device might need to be removed (this tissue is normally discarded). To further understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms by which the heart is repaired, the investigators wish to utilise this surplus tissue for research purposes. The collection of this tissue is part of routine treatment and does not represent additional risk for the patient for research purposes. Some patients might still require a transplant following VAD treatment. The native heart is removed from these patients (routinely discarded) and replaced by a donor heart. The investigators wish to utilise this discarded tissue for research purposes, so that the investigators can identify the cellular and molecular factors involved in cardiac repair and which distinguish responsive and non-responsive patients. Heart transplant recipients who require extracorporeal membrane oxygenation will have an additional heart biopsy sample taken for research purposes when performed as part of routine clinical practice. There is no additional risk to the patient for research purposes. Heart failure patients scheduled for transplantation (who have not received a VAD) will be recruited prior to transplantation and their native heart retained for research purposes. An additional peripheral blood sample will be collected from all patients for research purposes when performed for routine clinical practice.

NCT ID: NCT06003972 Completed - Heart Failure Clinical Trials

Asses the Anti-inflammatory Effects of Short Term Copaxone Therapy on Patients the Acute Decompensated Heart Failure

Start date: January 4, 2021
Phase: Phase 2
Study type: Interventional

Assess the anti-inflammatory effects of short-term Copaxone therapy on patients with acute decompensated heart failure. Trial Design - An open-label, randomized, prospective trial of patients hospitalized due to acute decompensation of heart failure with reduced ejection fraction. - Patients will be enrolled within 24 hours from hospital admission. - Randomization and intervention will begin within 24 hours of enrollment (and at least 24 hours after admission). - Patients will be randomized in a 1:1 ratio either to receive guideline directed medical therapy (GDMT) or GDMT plus Copaxone. - Patients assigned to intervention group will receive daily SC Copaxone 20 mg for 14 days. - Patients will be assessed during 4 time points(screening/randomization, visit 3 day, visit 14 day, visit 30 day) as elaborated in article "monitoring". - Changes in inflammatory cytokines will be compared between control and intervention group throughout 3 time points. - The trial will be approved by the institutional view board and conducted in accordance with the principles or Good Clinical Practice guidelines and the Declaration of Helsinki.

NCT ID: NCT05988502 Completed - Heart Failure Clinical Trials

Auricular Acupressure Relieves Constipation for Patients With Heart Failure in Hospital

Start date: March 6, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This study aimed to investigate the effect of auricular acupressure (AA) to relieve constipation symptoms and improve quality of life in patients hospitalized for their heart failure. A total of 72 participants were randomly assigned and 68 (33 in the AA group and 35 in the control group) completed the study. Outcomes were measured by the Bristolv Stool Form Scale, Constipation Assessment Scale, Patient Assessment of Constipation Symptoms, Visual Scale Analog, Beck Anxiety Inventory and Beck Depression Inventory at baseline, Weeks 1 and 2, as well as Constitution in Chinese Medicine Questionnaire and Patient Assessment of Constipation Quality of Life at baseline and Week 2.

NCT ID: NCT05985395 Completed - Clinical trials for Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction

HEART Camp Connect: A Feasibility Study

Start date: March 28, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This study builds on the tested and refined HEART Camp intervention which has been shown to improve long-term adherence to exercise in individuals diagnosed with heart failure. HEART Camp Connect enhances HEART Camp by delivering the coaching via videoconference and providing access to hospital-based exercise facilities and online exercise programming. This prospective study uses a 2-group, randomized repeated measures experimental design with 3 data collection points baseline, Month 3, and Month 6.