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The COOL-BP study is part of the Remote Hypertension Program and will investigate the data provided by Aktiia Bracelet (a cuffless Blood Pressure monitor at the wrist) when integrated into the Remote Hypertension Program. The COOL BP study aims to compare weekly and monthly Blood Pressure averages measured manually by traditional Home Blood Pressure Monitoring to those measured automatically by the Aktiia bracelet.


Clinical Trial Description

This is a prospective open-label single arm study. The investigational device of this study is the Aktiia Bracelet device. Aktiia Bracelet is a non-invasive blood pressure (BP) monitor intended to track systolic and diastolic Blood Pressure trends. The Aktiia Bracelet can also measure heart rate. Participants who consent to participate in COOL-BP will be shipped an Aktiia device to partipants residence. For 6 months, patient will continue the procedures of the Remote Hypertension Program in parallel to wearing the Aktiia Bracelet. The Remote Hypertension Program is run remotely according to a clinical algorithm, where study navigators contact patient sat regular intervals and monitor symptoms by regular phone calls; laboratory tests are obtained to ensure safety of the protocol's prescribed medications. Any symptoms will be evaluated by the program nurse practitioner or physician and managed per standard of care. During the study, the patient completes several surveys to give opinion on Aktiia product versus Home Blood Pressure Monitoring. Following six months of using the Aktiia.product, the participant's participation in this study will end. Participants continued participation in the Remote Hypertension Program will depend on whether participants have met the blood pressure goals outlined in that program. ;


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NCT number NCT05211648
Study type Interventional
Source Aktiia SA
Contact Josep Sola, PhD
Phone +41797689800
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date February 10, 2022
Completion date May 2023

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