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Current clinical trials

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Obesity Related Hypertension

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Precision Study

+ Uncontrolled blood pressure

+ Prescribed 3 or more anti-hypertensive medication

 

What’s it about?

4th line therapy for treatment resistant hypertension.

Can a study drug lower the blood pressure of patients with difficult to control high blood pressure and keep the

reduction for a long period of time?

 

If you are interested in participating or

for more information, please contact

 

Anu Joyson

Ph: 08 9224 0390

E: anu.joyson@uwa.edu.au 

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SPYRAL

+ Diagnosed with uncontrolled high blood pressure

+ On 1-3 anti-hypertensive medications

 

What’s it about?

The purpose of this study is to provide more

information about a medical device intended to

help treat high blood pressure in patients whose

blood pressure is not controlled, despite treatment

with up to three blood pressure medications.

 

If you are interested in participating or

for more information, please contact

 

Justine Chan

Ph: 08 9224 0380

E: justine.chan@uwa.edu.au 

+ 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 

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The role of sympathetic nervous activation in remote ischemic

+ Healthy males aged between 60 and 75

+ Non-smokers only

+ Must not be on any medications

 

What’s it about?

Remote ischemic preconditioning (RIPC) is a type of

therapy which has shown effectiveness in reducing the

severity of heart attacks. Our research team will determine whether the protection of RIPC can be replicated with drugs that block this activity. It is hoped that this study will demonstrate the importance of inhibiting sympathetic “fight or flight” responses with RIPC or medication.

 

If you are interested in participating or for more information, please contact

 

Sandi Robinson

Ph: 08 9224 0240

E: sandi.robinson@uwa.edu.au

+ 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

 

Sandi Robinson

Ph: 08 9224 0240

E: sandi.robinson@uwa.edu.au

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Ph: 08 9224 0209

Fax: 08 9224 0374

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