Clinical Trials

  • Principal Investigator

    Robert J. Sommer, MD
    The purpose of this study is to collect more information about the GORE CARDIOFORM Septal Occluders (GSO device) treatment to close the Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) to reduce the risk for another stroke.
  • Principal Investigator

    Ajay J. Kirtane, MD, SM
    RADIANCE II is a randomized, double-blind, sham-controlled, single cohort study designed todemonstrate the effectiveness (how well it works) and safety of the Paradise Renal Denervation System in hypertensive subjects (subjects with high blood pressure).
  • Principal Investigator

    Susheel Kumar Kodali, MD
    This is designed for patients with severe, symptomatic mitral regurgitation who are not candidates for conventional mitral repair.
  • Principal Investigator

    Susheel Kumar Kodali, MD
    This is a prospective, multi-center open label first in human clinical study aimed at demonstrating safety and technical performance of the Cardiovalve device to minimize tricuspid regurgitation. Tricuspid regurgitation is a disorder in which the valve does not close tight enough. This problem causes blood to flow backward into the right upper heart chamber (atrium) when the right lower heart chamber (ventricle) contracts. The purpose is to evaluate the safety and technical performance of the Cardiovalve System to successfully treat patients with severe tricuspid regurgitation.
  • Principal Investigator

    Dimitrios Karmpaliotis, MD
    A study evaluating the placement of any guidewire beyond complex narrowed arteries that are relatively common in patients undergoing ballon angioplasty (a procedure where a balloon is used to stretch open narrowed arteries). At least one Teleflex guidewire and at least one Turnpike catheter is used. The guidewires and catheters that are being studied are for the intended use of facilitating the safe and effective crossing of coronary arteries that are blocked and placement of conventional guidewires beyond the narrowed artery. The data captured in this study will be used to support U.S.
  • Principal Investigator

    Susheel Kumar Kodali, MD
    The goal of this early feasibility study is to gain initial insight into the basic safety and performance of transluminal (through the blood vessels) implantation of the PASCAL Systems implant (composed of man-made materials).
  • Principal Investigator

    Sahil A. Parikh, MD
    This study is for patients who suffer from a condition where one of the blood vessels that deliver blood to your leg has a significant narrowing. This is called peripheral artery disease (PAD). The narrowing may be suitable for a treatment technique called balloon angioplasty. One of the therapies that has been used to treat PAD is balloon angioplasty. It is a procedure where a small balloon is inserted into the blood vessel next to the area that is narrowed and inflated temporarily.
  • Principal Investigator

    Muredach Reilly, MBBCh, MSCE
    While the biobank can support research of many different diseases and conditions, we are focusing our research now on COVID-19. This research is being conducted to help to advance our understanding of the COVID-19 virus, including but not limited to: how the virus is spread, potential vaccines or other treatments, genetic susceptibility to severe disease, and other questions that will come up as we continue our research studies.
  • Principal Investigator

    Andrew Jeffrey Einstein, MD
    We are seeking healthy volunteers and people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past. Our study is looking at how coronavirus affects the heart after recovery. If you enroll, you will be given an echocardiogram and a cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, and you will be asked to provide a blood sample. An echocardiogram is a test that uses sound waves to get a picture of your heart. A cardiac MRI scan uses radio waves to get another kind of picture of your heart. For the MRI, you will receive an injection of a contrast agent, which is safe for qualified participants.
  • Principal Investigator

    Andrew Jeffrey Einstein, MD
    We are seeking healthy volunteers and people who have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past. Our study is looking at how coronavirus affects the heart after recovery. If you enroll, you will be given an echocardiogram and a cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, and you will be asked to provide a blood sample. An echocardiogram is a test that uses sound waves to get a picture of your heart. A cardiac MRI scan uses radio waves to get another kind of picture of your heart. For the MRI, you will receive an injection of a contrast agent, which is safe for qualified participants.

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