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IRONMAN: Effectiveness of Intravenous iron treatment vs standard care in patients with heart failure and iron deficiency: a randomised, open-label multicentre trial

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Professor Andrew Clark

Project Description

A BHF funded study to compare the effect of additional intravenous iron IV therapy versus standard therapy for patients with chronic heart failure and left ventricular systolic dysfunction and iron deficiency.
Recruitment is 12 patients per year - we anticipate recruiting up to 28 patients over 2 years. Study duration is around 4.5 years.

HEY NHS Trust is a partner organisation for this study.

Type of Project Project
Project Acronym IRONMAN
Status Project Live
Funder(s) British Heart Foundation
Value £7,474.00
Project Dates May 5, 2017 - Apr 30, 2022

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