Are you looking for the best treatment to lower your blood pressure?
If you are aged 18 to 65 years you could take part in a project to find how treatment for high blood pressure should be “personalised”. Selection of medication from a wide choice of drugs is often by “trial and error”. Blood pressure experts, supported by the Medical Research Council and the British Heart Foundation, are running a clinical trial that will help find the best treatment for each individual, because the response to treatment depends upon many factors such as age and ethnic background we hope that a broad range of people will participate.
Visit website http://www.aimhy.org.uk/patients/ or phone 01223 586 852 (Karen Miles, Research Nurse) for more details.
Click here to download the poster.
The AIM HY (Ancestry and biological Informative Markers in the stratification of Hypertension) Programme is funded by the Medical Research Council and the British Heart Foundation and the trial will be run at several centres in London and throughout the UK. This is an HRA Approved Study IRAS No 199550.