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

Adult

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