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Baylor Remains Open

Baylor College of Medicine and its clinics will be open Monday, Nov. 28. We are closely monitoring the City of Houston's boil water advisory and will provide updates as needed.

Department of Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine Clinical Studies

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Our department conducts clinical trials involving new diagnostics such as biomarkers and investigational devices as well as new treatments. Patients presenting to our Emergency Department at Ben Taub Hospital who meet the criteria for each study are eligible to enroll. Here is a list of active clinical trials with their respective link to the clinicaltrials.gov website (when available).

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Magnitocardiogram

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A passive, portable imaging device used to detect the magnetic fields around the heart.

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Cheetah Medical Starling SV Device

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The Cheetah device provides a non-invasive assessment of the heart. Previous research has shown that it can also show how the heart will respond to fluids.

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ReDS Device

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ReDS is a non-invasive, transcutaneous quantifiable measurement of lung water. The ReDS device has been proven to help with the differential diagnosis in patients who have difficulty breathing.