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Are You Struggling With Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)?

Let’s explore a new direction in Cardiology Research through Hypertension Clinical Trials.

Nearly half of adults in the US (116 million) suffer from high blood pressure or are taking medication for hypertension. High blood pressure or hypertension if left untreated could lead to a myriad of complications including heart attacks and strokes.

We at Revival Research Institute are conducting high blood pressure clinical trials on a study drug that may be used as an add-on (with a standard of care anti-hypertensive therapy) to help those diagnosed with hypertension.

You may be eligible for the Hypertension Clinical Trials if you:

  • Are 18 years old and above
  • Have mild to moderate high blood pressure
  • Additional criteria may apply

Our Hypertension Clinical Trials aim at helping Cardiologists and doctors bring potentially novel treatments to people suffering from hypertension. Our goal is to observe whether the study drug may help lower blood pressure in combination with standard of care.

*The study drug & study-related procedures are not considered part of your usual and will be free of cost to you. Participation in the Hypertension Clinical Trials is your choice. Participation in the Hypertension Clinical Trials is your choice.
**To participate, fill out the form and someone from our research staff will call you to see if you are eligible for the high blood pressure clinical trials.

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About Hypertension Clinical Trials

Revival Research Institute in collaboration with pharmaceuticals is conducting High Blood Pressure Clinical Trials to observe the safety and effectiveness of a study drug that may be able to help people with hypertension. The goal of this study is to observe whether the study drug may potentially help in lowering high blood pressure when administered as add-on therapy with the standard of care antihypertensive medications.

This Phase 2 Hypertension Clinical Trials is to test out whether the investigational drug can lower blood pressure levels for adults suffering from moderate to severe hypertension, despite consuming the standard high blood pressure medications. The Hypertension Clinical Trials may last anywhere between 1 to 3 years. Participants can expect study visits with assessments including physical examination and blood tests. Every participant will receive an Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring Device (ABPM) that will help them monitor and record their blood pressure levels while on the study medication.

*Taking part in the Hypertension Clinical Trials is completely voluntary. You can stop taking part at any time.
**Once you stop receiving the study medication, you will have a follow-up period of up to 12 months. Study-related care is provided at no cost to participants. There is no requirement of insurance to participate in the High Blood Pressure Clinical Trials.

Get Started: What to Expect?

Once you agree to take part in the study, the research team will ask you to sign an Informed Consent Form (ICF). This document has all the information you may need concerning the Hypertension Clinical Trials.  The study doctor and the study team will guide you about the study-related procedures and treatment throughout the clinical trial. We highly encourage all our participants to ask as many questions as they’d like before and throughout their participation.

Participants will receive the medication as an injection under the skin. You will also be asked to measure your blood pressure at least once a week at home. All participants will receive an ABPM device to measure their blood pressure (at least 6 to 9 times) throughout the Hypertension Clinical Trial. The study team will educate all the participants on how to use the ABPM device and what are the expectations throughout the high blood pressure trial. 


Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)

Length of Study Treatment

1 to 3 years

Number of Study Visits

18 to 20 visits

About High Blood Pressure

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Hypertension or high blood pressure can eventually lead to heart disease. It occurs when the long-term force of the blood against the artery walls increases. Normally blood pressure rises and falls throughout the day and it is normally around 120/80 mmHg. Blood pressure is measured as the amount of blood your heart pumps and the resistance of the blood flow in your arteries. The first number (systolic) represents the amount of blood that flows during a heart and the second number (diastolic) represents the amount of blood that flows in your arteries in between heartbeats.

Many people with hypertension go through years without a diagnosis or any symptoms of high blood pressure. Some people with high blood pressure have noticed certain symptoms like headaches, nosebleeds, and breathlessness, which are not very common. However, detecting it is simple. You can work with your doctor on a plan to help control your blood pressure through healthy lifestyle changes and anti-hypertensive medications. Uncontrolled hypertension could lead to other complications such as heart diseases and heart attacks, strokes, and kidney disease.

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens when you have uncontrolled high blood pressure?

Uncontrolled hypertension can cause multiple complications. This occurs because the arteries that supply blood to your body begin to harden over time (Atherosclerosis) due to the pressure of the blood exerted on them. This can lead to complications such as heart attacks, strokes, aneurysms, and even chronic kidney disease.

Can hypertension be cured?

There is no cure for hypertension. However, treatments including anti-hypertensives can help lower blood pressure levels if it is too high. Making certain lifestyle changes can help anti-hypertensive medications be more effective and improve one’s quality of life.

At what locations are the Hypertension Clinical Trials being conducted?

We conduct Hypertension Clinical Trials in multiple locations in Texas. If you or a loved one is interested in participating, simply fill out the form above and someone from our research team will give you a call. You may be invited to the research site for screening. The research site will be located within a 50-mile radius of you.

Who is eligible to participate in the High Blood Pressure Clinical Trial?

Those who are 18 to 75 years of age and have a diagnosis of mild to moderate high blood pressure may be eligible to participate in the High Blood Pressure Clinical Trials. However, there may be additional criteria that the study team will screen you for to see if you can participate in the clinical trial.

Which arm should I use to measure my blood pressure?

It is best to use your left arm when measuring blood pressure through a blood pressure device (sphygmomanometer). However, if you cannot for some reason, your healthcare provider might recommend that you measure your blood pressure on your other hand. When measuring your blood pressure levels, make sure that your arm is on the table, level with your heart. And rest for 10 to 15 minutes before checking your blood pressure levels.

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