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Current clinical trials

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POLYPILL

+ 18 - 75 years

+ Taking 0-3 anti-hypertensive medications

 

What’s it about?

The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficacy and safety of a single drug compared to dual combinations of drugs for the treatment of hypertension.

 

If you are interested in participating or

for more information, please contact

 

Justine Chan

Ph: 08 9224 0380

E: justine.chan@uwa.edu.au 

RESURRECT

+ CKD stage 34a/b

+ Mild to moderate heart failure

+ End stage renal disease

+ 18 - 75 years

 

What’s it about?

The primary objective of this pilot study is to provide confirmation that native kidney denervation in these three high risk patient cohorts achieved via the delivery of ultrasound (US) energy is feasible and safe, and not associated with clinically significant adverse events.

 

Secondly catheter-based renal denervation is an effective intervention to achieve sustained reduction in sympathetic nerve activity, BP and target organ damage and likely to result in improved cardiovascular outcomes.

 

Anu Joyson

Ph: 08 9224 0390

E: anu.joyson@uwa.edu.au

Recruiting Now

MINIHT

+ High Blood Pressure

+ Currently on 3 or more blood pressure medications

+ 45 - 65yrs

 

What’s it about?

This study investigates whether targeting relevant immune mechanisms in the human body using an antibiotic medication could potentially lower blood pressure.

 

If you are interested in participating or

for more information, please contact

 

Alex Liu

Ph: 08 9224 0341

E: alex.liu@uwa.edu.au 

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+ High Blood Pressure

+ Type 2 Diabetes

+ Fatty Liver Disease

 

What’s it about?

The purpose of this study is to evaluate liver & kidney denervation and detect improvements in blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

 

If you are interested in participating or

for more information, please contact

 

Alex Liu

Ph: 08 9224 0341

E: alex.liu@uwa.edu.au 

MODUS

Why contribute to medical research at the DHC?

Our participants have access to personalised and specialised care. People may choose to participate in order to help themselves with a disease or diagnosis they have been suffering with, or to contribute to improved health care and to the advancement of scientific knowledge. Sometimes they have a personal interest in the specific trial or they might have a friend or family member with the disease or condition. Like any volunteer work, clinical trials can also be a way to give back to the community.

Our team of friendly health professionals look forward to welcoming and helping you with your health. 

Support medical research that can potentially help change and even save lives. 
Get in contact with our team today, to hear about how we can help you and you can help us!!

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Obesity Related Hypertension

+ Aged between 25 and 65

+ Must have a BMI>30

+ Diagnosed with High Blood Pressure

+ On 1 or 2 blood pressure medications

 

What’s it about?

This research aims to optimize the treatment of

hypertension in obesity. It will compare the

effectiveness of two blood pressure medication

combinations in lowering blood pressure, and will

determine which combination therapy has more

Beneficial effects on the risks associated with obesity.

 

If you are interested in participating or

for more information, please contact

 

Alex Liu

Ph: 08 9224 0341

E: alex.liu@uwa.edu.au

Recruiting Now

EMPA SNS

+ BMI >30

+ Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes

+ Diagnosed with high blood pressure

+ Aged between 25 and 65 years

 

What’s it about?

Could a single medication manage all the

components of metabolic syndrome?  

 

If you are interested in participating or

for more information, please contact

 

Anu Joyson

Ph: 08 9224 0390

E: anu.joyson@uwa.edu.au