High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, may increase the risk of heart attack and stroke.
This is why managing high blood pressure is essential to prevent heart disease. Most people with high blood pressure need 2 or more blood pressure-lowering medications to control blood pressure. However, this can be expensive, makes it more challenging to maintain treatment, and increases the risk of side-effects.
Researchers are continuously developing treatment options that may be effective and convenient for managing high blood pressure. This research trial seeks to determine the effectiveness of an investigational medication that combines three different blood pressure lowering medications into a single tablet to be taken once a day. All three of these medications are already prescribed in many countries to lower blood pressure and are used either independently or with each other in dual combinations.
Hypertension, high blood pressure
Why Participate in This Study
- Participants will receive close monitoring and use of a blood pressure monitor during the trial at no cost.
- Participants may experience improvements in their high blood pressure levels.
- Participants will be contributing valuable information that may help others with high blood pressure.
- Participants will be helping to advance medical research.
Study Eligibility Criteria
Ages 18 and over
Must have mild to moderately high blood pressure
Must not have tested current COVID-19 infection or related illness
Must be able to attend 3 trial visits at the research site over approximately 6 weeks