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Heart Failure

Discover how Hightower has made strides in understanding and treating heart failure.


Guide About Congestive Heart Failure Study

Heart failure or congestive heart failure. It is a condition where the heart is unable to pump blood effectively, leading to inadequate circulation and oxygen delivery to the body’s tissues. Congestive heart failure often occurs due to underlying conditions like coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, or previous heart damage.

Hightower conducted studies to evaluate the safety and efficacy of novel drugs in individuals who experienced cardiovascular events. We also investigated the effectiveness of a new device compared to traditional devices in improving long-term response preventing or reducing congestive heart failure.

Current Status

Not Recruiting

Study Count


Study Information

Organized Heart Failure Disease Trials

Study NameProtocol NumberSponsor
Heart FailureCentaur-201902.ProSiemens Corporation
I8F-MC-GPIDEli Lilly and Company

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the common symptoms of heart failure?

Shortness of breath, fatigue, swollen ankles, and rapid heart rate are some common signs of heart failure.

Can heart failure be cured?

There’s no cure for heart failure, but treatment can manage symptoms and improve quality of life. This may include medication, lifestyle changes, and in some cases, medical procedures.

How can participating in a heart failure clinical trial benefit me?

Clinical trials offer access to potential new therapies for heart failure that could improve your symptoms or slow disease progression. You’ll also receive close monitoring by healthcare professionals throughout the trial.

Are there any risks involved in a clinical trial for heart failure?

Yes, as with any medication or treatment, there’s a possibility of side effects. The research team will explain the potential risks and benefits during the informed consent process.