Why Hypertension Research Is So Important

Many with Hypertension often have no symptoms, but it’s still doing damage to the body. Left untreated or uncontrolled, it can damage blood vessels and cause a Stroke or Heart Attack.

Additionally, what many do not realize is that poor vascular (blood vessel) health in middle-age is a risk factor for dementia later in life. This is because it lessens the amount of oxygen that flows to the brain due to damaged heart valves.

Though approved blood pressure medications exist, many struggle to take their daily meds, so it may not work well. Still others need more than one medication—or remain untreated. For these reasons, volunteers are needed for research studies assessing investigational medications for Hypertension—some of which may require very infrequent dosing.

What are clinical trials?

Clinical trials are medical research studies that test investigational drugs and treatments.

People may not give much thought to clinical research, but everything from aspirin to chemotherapy has been carefully tested before being prescribed by your doctor.

Clinical trials need human volunteers, who participate under the supervision of a doctor and/or health professionals. As the trial goes on, the doctors gather more and more information about the drug or treatment under investigation. It is only through clinical trials that we learn if drugs and treatments are both effective and safe.

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Dedicated to conducting clinical trials, Synexus have been investigating the effectiveness of new medicines and treatments for more than 25 years. We have vast experience in conducting clinical research with over 180 sites around the world. Each has its own dedicated team of highly trained doctors and nurses to provide our patients with the highest level of comfort and professionalism.

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