Renal Impairment Clinical Trials
Have you been diagnosed with renal impairment or chronic kidney disease (CKD)? There are numerous factors which can cause damage to the kidneys and symptoms will begin to mount as waste products build up in the body. If you are living with CKD or a related condition, then you could qualify for a renal impairment clinical trial here in DeLand, Florida.
Fill out the form on the right hand side of the page if you’d like to be contacted about our upcoming renal impairment clinical trials →
Through renal impairment clinical trials, we are working to develop better treatment options and methods that can prevent kidney failure. Please feel free to contact us to learn more about these investigative clinical trials, especially if this page hasn’t answered all of your questions.
Please feel free to fill out our online form to see if you qualify for a clinical trial at our clinic here in DeLand. You should note that a member of our staff will be contacting you by phone shortly after you’ve completed the form, so please provide accurate contact information.
Do I Qualify for a Renal Impairment Clinical Study?
- Open to applicants living with any form of renal impairment except acute nephritic syndrome
- Must be willing to comply with all scheduled visits, treatment plan, laboratory tests, and other study procedures
- Applicants will be asked to submit a signed and dated informed consent document before participating
- Most investigative studies are only open to participants who are at least 18 years old
Compensation for Clinical Trial Participation
If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial, then you should also know that all study-related care, including any necessary health screenings and medications, will be provided to you free of charge. Our clinic will also provide compensation to research volunteers for their time and travel required during the clinical trial period.
Renal Impairment Signs & Symptoms
In the earliest stages of renal impairment, there are usually only limited symptoms if any. However, more symptoms will start to manifest after the kidneys have suffered significant impairment. Those who begin to develop renal impairment can experience any of the following signs & symptoms:
- An accumulation of urea
- High blood pressure (hypertension)
- Excess fluid in the body
Please Note: A member of our dedicated staff will be available during office hours (7 AM to 5 PM) if you have any questions about our renal impairment clinical trial or any of our other paid clinical studies. Feel free to give us a call at (386) 785-2400.