CardiAMP™ Heart Failure Trial

Purpose

The purpose of this study is to examine if an investigational procedure can correct the parts of the heart muscle that are not working properly due to a previous heart attack. CardiAMP is the first comprehensive therapeutic treatment utilizing a patient's own cells for the treatment of ischemic systolic heart failure, which is heart failure that develops after a heart attack

Procedures

  • Approximately 7 study visits over 2 years
  • Visits may include bone marrow sampling, physical exam, electrocardiogram

Eligibility

  • 21-90 years old
  • Heart failure
For additional eligibility criteria please contact the study team.

Age

18 to 65
65 and over

Gender

Male
Female

Monetary compensation

Yes

Can be done from home

No

Keywords

Heart failure - overview, Heart Failure, Cardiomyopathy, bone marrow, Ischemic cardiomyopathy

Principal Investigator

Carl Pepine, MD

Department

Division of Cardiology

Contact Information

Janette.Bostick@medicine.ufl.edu

(352) 273-8933


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