Patients and Families

Inclusion Criteria:

Participants must fulfill the basic criteria below to be considered for enrollment in the study:

  • Male or female between 18-85 years of age
  • Admitted with primary diagnosis of spontaneous, non-traumatic aneurysmal SAH within 48 hours of onset

To read more about the study please see one of the attached files:

What is a clinical trial?

Clinical trials are research studies designed to test new drugs or medical interventions for the diagnosis, treatment or prevention of diseases. Clinical trial participants are volunteers who might be healthy individuals or who have specific medical conditions.

Before participating, volunteers receive information about the trial, its duration, and potential risks or benefits. The investigators will make sure participants have all their questions and concerns addressed. If they are eligible for the trial and agree to participate, volunteers sign an informed consent document. After an initial series of examinations, participants are assigned to receive either the intervention being tested, or a placebo (a substance with no therapeutic effect, used as a control). Participants then follow the trial schedule, which typically includes a series of in-person visits to the clinical trial center. Any participant may decide to withdraw consent from the trial at any time without any consequences.

Why should you participate in a clinical trial?

People who volunteer to participate in clinical trials may gain access to drugs and interventions for health problems that might not yet have an available treatment. By participating in a clinical trial, volunteers help advance medicine.

For enrollment information and any other questions, please feel free to contact us here.


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