Clinical Study

Fat Around The Heart As An Indication Of Inflammation In The Blood In Those With And Without Coronary Artery Disease And Those With And Without Hiv Infection.

Posted Date: Jan 10, 2018

  • Investigator: David Harris
  • Specialties: Cardiology, AIDS-HIV, Heart Disease, Cardiovascular Disease
  • Type of Study: Observational/Survey

The purpose of this study is to compare the amount of fat around the heart to indications of inflammation in the blood in individuals from four different groups. • Those without human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and without coronary artery disease (CAD) • Those with HIV and without CAD • Those with HIV and with CAD • Those without HIV and with CAD.

Criteria:

You Have Been Diagnosed With Hiv Disease Or You Do Not Have Hiv And Will Serve As A “Control” Subject (A Person That Is Compared To Someone With Hiv) And You Have Had Certain Tests To Look At Your Heart Arteries In The Past Indicating That You Do Or Do Not Have Heart Disease.

Keywords:

Coronary Artery Disease, Hiv, Heart Disease

For More Information:

Ginger Conway
513 558-3476
conwaygg@ucmail.uc.edu


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