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Heart & Vascular Clinical Trials

Access the latest treatments for heart and vascular conditions in Maryland and Washington, D.C. Take part in clinical trials through Adventist HealthCare’s Center for Cardiac and Vascular Research.

Benefits of Participating

During a trial, your health may benefit from the latest, research-based therapies and medical devices that aren’t yet widely available. You’ll be helping others because your participation can advance medical science. Trust our Center for high-quality care because our skilled researchers have developed and tested new and innovative treatments for more than 50 years.

Search for Cardiovascular Clinical Trials

Search for or browse heart and vascular clinical trials at Adventist HealthCare.

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  • CONNECT-HF

    Trial to improve the quality of care to people with heart failure, and to help them gain the greatest benefit from the treatments and health advice they receive

  • CREST-2

    Trial to determine the best way to prevent strokes in people who have a high amount of blockage of their carotid artery but no stroke symptoms related to that blockage.

  • HARMONEE

    Study intends to demonstrate that the Combo stent platform shows superiority to an imputed BMS performance goal, noninferior effectiveness and safety.

  • IDE

    This study is a study of subjects implanted with SJM pacemakers, implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD), and cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) devices.

  • NODE 301

    This trial aims to evaluate the efficacy and safety of etripamil NS 70 mg self-administered by patients who experience an episode of PSVT in an outpatient setting.

  • NODE 302

    This study is an extension of the NODE-301 efficacy study to evaluate the safety of etripamil NS 70 mg when self-administered by patients for spontaneous episodes of PSVT in an outpatient setting.

  • OPTIMIZER

    Study to determine whether treatment with the OPTIMIZER System is safe and effective in patients with moderate to severe heart failure symptoms.

  • Paradise MI

    This study tests if LCZ696, compared to Ramipril, is safe and effective in reducing complications following an acute myocardial infarction.

  • PSR

    The purpose of the Registry is to provide continuing evaluation and periodic reporting of safety and effectiveness of Medtronic market-released products.

  • RE-CIRCUIT

    Study assesses the safety of an uninterrupted dabigatran etexilate periprocedural anticoagulant regimen in NVAF patients undergoing AF ablation.

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