Post-Menopausal Women Needed for Research Study!
Researchers at IU School of Medicine and Purdue University are looking for post-menopausal women to take part in a study to determine if taking a hormone called progesterone can reduce the risk of a heart rhythm abnormality.
Who is Eligible
- Women at least 50 years of age or older
- Have gone through menopause
- Do not have an allergy to peanuts
- No history of heart attack, coronary heart disease or heart arrhythmia requiring treatment
- No diagnosis of heart failure and/or must not have a pacemaker
- No history of breast, uterine or ovarian cervical cancer
- No history of hysterectomy and/or ovariectomy
- No history of long QT syndrome
- Must not be undergoing hormone replacement therapy (estradiol, progesterone and/or testosterone)
What Participation Involves
- Attend 3 study visits to the Indiana Clinical Research Center at University Hospital in Indianapolis.
- You will be asked to take progesterone or a placebo for 7 days before your visit.
- During two of the study visits, you will be given a drug called Covert through an IV, blood samples will be taken and you will wear a heart monitor.
- Participants will receive up to $500 for completing all of the study requirements.
How to Participate
**IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN THIS STUDY, please submit your information using the provided form below.
**You may also reach out to the study team directly by contacting Heather Jaynes RN, MSN at 317-847-2094 or email@example.com
Study Title: Novel Approaches for Minimizing Drug-Induced QT Interval Lengthening
- IRB Number: 2005890134 - F
- Research Study Identifier: TX11188
- Principal Investigator: James Tisdale
Contact the research team to learn more about this study.
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