Research & Education Institute

Evaluation of Cardiopulmonary Reserve in COVID Patients

Evaluation of Cardiopulmonary Reserve in Patients Recovering from COVID-19 Infection Using Integrated Cardiometabolic Exercise MRI Protocol (CRUISE-MR)

physician and patient
AGE: 18-89 years old
GENDER: All
TYPE: Observational Study
CONDITION: COVID-19
HEALTHY PARTICIPANTS: No
LOCATIONS: UH Cleveland and Ahuja Medical Center

Learn More About This Research Study

Please call Stacy Cowan, study coordinator, at 216-286-5025 for more information or complete the online form below.

Purpose of the Study

The purpose of this study is to research heart and lung responses, exercise intolerance and immune function in COVID-19 survivors. The study will assess these areas through use of exercise and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). We look for this technology and testing to help us better understand the prevalence, extent and potential contributors to the heart abnormalities, exercise intolerance and immune response noted in COVID-19 survivors.

Who Can Participate

Participants between 18 and 89 years of age and survived a COVID-19 infection, was admitted to a UH hospital, had lab work drawn during their stay (troponins) and is symptom free for 14 days may be eligible for this study.

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Study ID

  • 20200928