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ACTIVE STUDY: The Role of Oxidative Stress and Endothelial Dysfunction in High Sodium-Induced Changes in Pulsatile Hemodynamics
|Submission Date||October 19, 2022|
|Is this study IRB-Approved?||Yes|
|Date of NEXT IRB Review:||06/21/2023|
|Full Study Name:||The Role of Oxidative Stress and Endothelial Dysfunction in High Sodium-Induced Changes in Pulsatile Hemodynamics|
|Short Study Name:||Cardiovascular effects of salt: The role of aerobic fitness and physical activity|
|College / Affiliation||College of Health Sciences|
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|Location of Study:||University of Delaware STAR Campus, 540 S College Ave, Newark, DE 19713|
|Description of Study:||
This study is investigating how increased dietary salt intake affects the heart and blood vessels and whether these effects are influenced by aerobic fitness or the amount of aerobic activity a person participates in on a regular basis. Following a 1.5-hour screening visit, participants visit the lab for two 3-hour sessions in which heart and blood vessel health is tested. For 10 days before each study visit, participants take salt or placebo pills in addition to eating their normal diet. Participants are compensated $220 for completing the study.
|Will participants be compensated for participation?|
|Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria:||
We are seeking healthy individuals aged 21-45 who exercise 4 or more days per week. Smokers, pregnant or nursing women, and individuals with chronic diseases are not eligible.
|“How to Apply” Description:||
Please be contact Jordan Patik via email to express interest in participating.
|How to Apply Link:|
|How to Apply Email:||firstname.lastname@example.org|