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Study Title Principal Investigator
CRT Implant Strategy Using the Longest Electrical Delay for Non-left Bundle Branch Block Patients (ENHANCE CRT). A Prospective, Randomized, Postmarket, Pilot Study.
Enrolling by invitation | Arrhythmias | Multisite
Jagmeet Singh
ImageReady(TM) MR Conditional Pacing System Clinical Study
Active, not recruiting | Arrhythmias | Multisite
Ronald Berger
Safety and Effectiveness Trial for the Nanostim Leadless Pacemaker
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the leadless pacemaker system in treating patients with a slow heart rate or irregular heartbeats. The Nanostim leadless pacemaker provides bradycardia pacing as a pulse generator with built-in battery and electrodes, for permanent implantation in the right ventricle. As a leadless pacemaker, it does not need a connector, pacing lead, or pulse generator pocket, but it has the same operating principles as a conventional pacemaker.
Enrolling by invitation | Arrhythmias | Multisite
Vivik Reddy
Product Surveillance Registry
Completed | Arrhythmias | Multisite
David Ginsberg
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RATE CONTROL VERSUS RHYTHM CONTROL FOR POSTOPERATIVE ATRIAL FIBRILLATION
The purpose of the research is to compare two strategies for treating atrial fibrillation or atrial flutter, both of which are referred to as AF, after cardiac surgery. AF is the most common complication after cardiac surgery. AF is when the upper chambers of the heart (atria) experience disorganized electrical activity which causes the heart beat to be irregular. The two treatment strategies to be used in this study are called rhythm control and rate control. The rhythm control strategy will attempt to bring the heart beat back to a regular rhythm using treatments known and approved to control heart rhythm. The rate control strategy will attempt to bring the heart rate to less than 100 beats per minute at rest using medications known and recommended to control heart rate. Both strategies are commonly used to treat AF. All of the medications that will be used in this study are the standard of care for use in patients experiencing AF. This research seeks to determine whether rhythm control is better than rate control in patients with AF after cardiac surgery.
Completed | Arrhythmias | Multisite
Michael Bowdish
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