Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute Taking Part in Clinical Trial to Help Test Whether New Implant Ma

Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute Taking Part in Clinical Trial to Help Test Whether New Implant May Regulate Blood Pressure

SEATTLE, March 31, 2008 -- Millions of people suffer from high blood pressure, a potentially dangerous condition that can lead to heart attack or stroke. For some patients, medicines and lifestyle changes don't work, but now doctors are testing a new approach: implants.

KING Television (channel 5; NBC) in Seattle recently produced and aired a consumer health story about a related clinical trial that Swedish Heart & Vascular Institute-affiliated cardiologist John Young, M.D., is taking part in the Rheos Pivotal Trial to test whether a new implant may regulate blood pressure.

To read the transcript from this story and/or access the video and audio on the KING TV Web site, click here.

For or more information about the Rheos Pivotal Trial, which is sponsored by CVRx, call 1-866-447-8533 or click here.

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