Preventing Recurrence of Thromboembolic Events Through Coordinated Treatment in the District of Columbia "PROTECT DC"

Completed

Phase 2 Results N/A

Update History

13 Jan '12
A location was updated in Washington.
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The overall status was removed for Washington Hospital Center.
A location was updated in Washington.
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The overall status was removed for Howard University Hospital.
A location was updated in Washington.
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The overall status was removed for National Rehabilitation Hospital.
A location was updated in Washington.
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The overall status was removed for George Washington University Hospital.
A location was updated in Washington.
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The overall status was removed for Providence Hospital.
A location was updated in Washington.
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The overall status was removed for Georgetown University Hospital.
6 Dec '11
The eligibility criteria were updated.
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Inclusion Criteria: - Age ≥ 18 years - Hospitalized due to ischemic stroke* or intercurrent ischemic stroke* event within the past 30 days OR Transient ischemic attack, confirmed by stroke neurologist. - Atherogenic etiology(large vessel, small vessel, cryptogenic with at least one stroke risk factor, or embolic stroke due to atherogenic cardiac disease) as defined by TOAST criteria. - Community dwelling prior to stroke - Resides within the District of Columbia or closely nearby (preferably within 10 miles of the DC border) - Expected to reside within the District of Columbia or closely nearby (preferably within 10 miles of DC border) - Caregiver or interested party available, if moderately or severely disabled (not required to actually reside with participant) - Sufficient number of collateral contacts to assure follow-up. Defined as: Preferred: at least 6 contacts; and No fewer than 3 contacts (unless approved by study PI/co-PI/co-I) - Judged likely to return to community setting at completion of post-acute care. Exclusion Criteria: - Non-atherogenic cause of stroke - NIHSS > 20 - Any medical condition that would limit participation in follow up assessments - Baseline dementia per informant report (AD8) or screening assessment (Short Blessed Memory Orientation Concentration Test)
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Inclusion Criteria: - Age ≥ 18 years - Hospitalized due to ischemic stroke* or intercurrent ischemic stroke* event within the past 30 days OR Transient ischemic attack, confirmed by stroke neurologist. - Atherogenic etiology(large vessel, small vessel, cryptogenic with at least one stroke risk factor, or embolic stroke due to atherogenic cardiac disease) as defined by TOAST criteria. - Community dwelling prior to stroke - Resides within the District of Columbia or closely nearby (preferably within 5 miles of the DC border) - Expected to reside within the District of Columbia or closely nearby (preferably within 5 miles of DC border) - Caregiver or interested party available, if moderately or severely disabled (not required to actually reside with participant) - Sufficient number of collateral contacts to assure follow-up. Defined as: Preferred: at least 6 contacts; and No fewer than 3 contacts (unless approved by study PI/co-PI/co-I) - Judged likely to return to community setting at completion of post-acute care. Exclusion Criteria: - Non-atherogenic cause of stroke - NIHSS > 20 - Any medical condition that would limit participation in follow up assessments - Baseline dementia per informant report (AD8) or screening assessment (Short Blessed Memory Orientation Concentration Test)
6 Oct '11
The eligibility criteria were updated.
New
Inclusion Criteria: - Age ≥ 18 years - Hospitalized due to ischemic stroke* or intercurrent ischemic stroke* event within the past 30 days OR Transient ischemic attack, confirmed by stroke neurologist. - Atherogenic etiology(large vessel, small vessel, cryptogenic with at least one stroke risk factor, or embolic stroke due to atherogenic cardiac disease) as defined by TOAST criteria. - Community dwelling prior to stroke - Resides within the District of Columbia or closely nearby (preferably within 5 miles of the DC border) - Expected to reside within the District of Columbia or closely nearby (preferably within 5 miles of DC border) - Caregiver or interested party available, if moderately or severely disabled (not required to actually reside with participant) - Sufficient number of collateral contacts to assure follow-up. Defined as: Preferred: at least 6 contacts; and No fewer than 3 contacts (unless approved by study PI/co-PI/co-I) - Judged likely to return to community setting at completion of post-acute care. Exclusion Criteria: - Non-atherogenic cause of stroke - NIHSS > 20 - Any medical condition that would limit participation in follow up assessments - Baseline dementia per informant report (AD8) or screening assessment (Short Blessed Memory Orientation Concentration Test)
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Inclusion Criteria: - Age ? 18 years - Hospitalized due to ischemic stroke* or intercurrent ischemic stroke* event within the past 30 days OR Transient ischemic attack, confirmed by stroke neurologist. - Atherogenic etiology(large vessel, small vessel, cryptogenic with at least one stroke risk factor, or embolic stroke due to atherogenic cardiac disease) as defined by TOAST criteria. - Community dwelling prior to stroke - Resides within the District of Columbia or closely nearby (preferably within 5 miles of the DC border) - Expected to reside within the District of Columbia or closely nearby (preferably within 5 miles of DC border) - Caregiver or interested party available, if moderately or severely disabled (not required to actually reside with participant) - Sufficient number of collateral contacts to assure follow-up. Defined as: Preferred: at least 6 contacts; and No fewer than 3 contacts (unless approved by study PI/co-PI/co-I) - Judged likely to return to community setting at completion of post-acute care. Exclusion Criteria: - Non-atherogenic cause of stroke - NIHSS > 20 - Any medical condition that would limit participation in follow up assessments - Baseline dementia per informant report (AD8) or screening assessment (Short Blessed Memory Orientation Concentration Test)