ReVEAL iFR Heart Disease Study
Protocol: SITE00000044
Full Title
Radiographic imaging Validation and EvALuation for Angio iFR (ReVEAL iFR)
Description
This study enrolls adults with a blockage in an artery in their heart that needs to be tested to determine if it should be treated. The purpose of this study is to collect data and measurements to find out if you need you need an interventional procedure to open your blood vessel or artery.

To find out if you will need a further procedure, your doctor will typically take an x-ray picture with dye to locate blockages in your heart arteries. If pressure measurements are needed, you can be enrolled in the study. The Pressure Wire will be inserted into the artery and placed past the blocked area in
your artery to record some heart measurements. The measurements are called the instantaneous wave-Free Ratio (iFR) and the Fractional Flow Reserve (FFR), and both will be used in this study. Usually people only have one of the two types of measurements taken- we want to find out if taking both is helpful. You will also have a follow up call with our team a few days after your procedure. Study takes place at Buffalo General medical Center and Gates Vascular Institute in Buffalo, NY.
Compensation: No
Eligibility
Adults ages 18+.
Have at least 1 non-stented lesion in 1 or more major epicardial vessels of 40-90% angiographic stenosis.
Age Group: Adults
Principal Investigator: VIJAY IYER
ClinicalTrials.gov: Open Study
Contact(s)
ROBIN STEIN
rmstein3@buffalo.edu
+1 716-888-4859
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