Find out how salt affects your blood pressure and kidneys


11494

D1 and AT1 Receptor Interaction in Human Hypertension: Sodium Sensitivity of Blood Pressure

Medicine

Carey Robert, M

African-American/black adults are needed for study about causes of high blood pressure: generally healthy, ages 30 to 70, with high or normal blood pressure (BP), normal to moderate weight (BMI 18-29). Study involves: assessment of your BP and kidneys, 7 visits in 2 weeks, limited genetic testing; heart EKG, blood chemistries and urine tests. In this study, find out how you react to salt in food. We supply all your food for 2 weeks with one week high salt and the other week low salt; free parking while at the visits; $200 for study completion. Please contact: Cindy Schoeffel, MD Email: SaltStudy@virginia.edu Phone: 434-924-1634 Trial Title: Salt Sensitivity of Blood Pressure IRB-HSR# 11494 Principal Investigator: Dr. Robert M. Carey UVA Health System Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology

Endocrinology


Lifestyle Modification
Diet and Nutrition
Adult Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
Blood Pressure

Endocrinology
Healthy Subject Studies
Cardiology/Vascular
Healthy Subjects - Outpatient

Healthy
Ill

$200.00

Cynthia Schoeffel

cds2t@virginia.edu

4349241634