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Norton Heart & Vascular Institute Clinical Trials

Norton Heart and Vascular Institute physicians are innovators in patient care. As principal investigators on numerous trials, our specialist physicians have access to ground-breaking treatments.

Learn more about participating in a clinical trial at Norton Healthcare.

Active clinical trials at Norton Heart & Vascular Institute include:

Acute Decompensated Heart Failure (ADHF)

A multicenter, randomized, double-blind, double-dummy, parallel group, active controlled 8-week study to evaluate the effect of sacubitril/valsartan (LCZ696) versus valsartan on changes in NT-proBNP and safety and tolerability of in-hospital initiation of LCZ696 compared to […]

Atrial Arrhythmias

Tracking Results of Ablations to Combat AF Registry (Formerly the Maze IV Registry)

Heart Failure

Product Surveillance Registry / Site 10123001

Major Adverse Cardiovascular Events (MACE)

SELECT – Semaglutide effects on cardiovascular outcomes in people with overweight or obesity

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Minimally invasive treatment for a leaky mitral valve reduces heart failure symptoms without surgery

A minimally invasive mitral regurgitation treatment to repair the mitral valve is now available, giving a new option to patients who may not be able to tolerate conventional open heart surgery to fix the valve. […]

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I’m not the same person after my stroke

You wouldn’t look at Robert Taylor and think he survived a stroke. The 56-year-old is a poster child for good health. He ran the Boston Marathon, completed three Ironman competitions — including the national championship [...]

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Noninvasive 3D imaging of arteries gives cardiologists more information

Cardiologists have another tool to help determine how to help patients with symptoms of coronary artery disease, by modeling the blood flow through their arteries to predict how cholesterol buildup might affect them. The added […]

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UK HealthCare’s Gill Heart & Vascular Institute expands heart failure, transplant services in collaboration with Norton Heart & Vascular Institute

UK HealthCare (UKHC) and Norton Heart & Vascular Institute are announcing a collaboration to expand advanced heart failure, ventricular assist device (VAD) placement and heart transplant services to Kentuckians. Heart disease is the leading cause […]

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Recognized expertise in TCAR to treat carotid artery blockages

Carotid artery blockage treatment, typically medication at first and eventually surgery in more severe cases, can reduce the risk of stroke or worse. Plaque buildup in arteries that supply blood to the brain could cause […]

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Minimally invasive treatment for a leaky mitral valve reduces heart failure symptoms without surgery

A minimally invasive mitral regurgitation treatment to repair the mitral valve is now available, giving a new option to patients who may not be able to tolerate conventional open heart surgery to fix the valve. […]

Read Full Story

I’m not the same person after my stroke

You wouldn’t look at Robert Taylor and think he survived a stroke. The 56-year-old is a poster child for good health. He ran the Boston Marathon, completed three Ironman competitions — including the national championship [...]

Read Full Story

Noninvasive 3D imaging of arteries gives cardiologists more information

Cardiologists have another tool to help determine how to help patients with symptoms of coronary artery disease, by modeling the blood flow through their arteries to predict how cholesterol buildup might affect them. The added […]

Read Full Story

UK HealthCare’s Gill Heart & Vascular Institute expands heart failure, transplant services in collaboration with Norton Heart & Vascular Institute

UK HealthCare (UKHC) and Norton Heart & Vascular Institute are announcing a collaboration to expand advanced heart failure, ventricular assist device (VAD) placement and heart transplant services to Kentuckians. Heart disease is the leading cause […]

Read Full Story

Recognized expertise in TCAR to treat carotid artery blockages

Carotid artery blockage treatment, typically medication at first and eventually surgery in more severe cases, can reduce the risk of stroke or worse. Plaque buildup in arteries that supply blood to the brain could cause […]

Read Full Story

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