Clinical studies are an integral part of clinical research. They are at the center of all advances in modern medicine and offer hope for many people. Participants in clinical studies gain access to new research treatments and help others.
Who Can Participate In A Clinical Trial?
All clinical trials have protocols detailing who can participate in the program. Eligibility is determined by assessing age, type of disease, medical history and current medications. Your cardiologist and clinical research coordinator will speak with you to determine your eligibility. Your will be given an informed consent to read and discuss with your family members. The cardiologist and clinical research coordinator will be available to answer any of your questions or concerns.
What Happens During A Clinical Trial?
Your cardiologist and research coordinator will follow your progress throughout the trial. Some trials require EKG’s , Echocardiograms, Lab collection, peripheral vascular studies to name a few. A detailed description of each study visit will be explained within the informed consent.
Are you Interested in Participating in a Clinical Research Trial?
Call our Research Department at 561-537-4778