Kantonsspital St.Gallen
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SwissSCAD

Hans Rickli & Irene Schneider

abstract The primary aim is to gather observational data from consecutive SCAD patients in Switzerland, in order to establish a National Swiss Registry (SwissSCAD).
SCAD is a poorly understood condition, affecting young patients and is associated with major cardiac adverse outcomes, providing a rationale to establish a national registry in order to increase data and knowledge of this pathology, its outcomes and its treatments.
Primary objectives: Baseline characteristics, Hospital clinical characteristics, Predisposing conditions, Management and Treatment.
Secondary objectives: Major cardiovascular events at 30 days, 1 year and 5 years.
   
type of project clinical studies
status ongoing - recruiting phase
start of project 2020
end of project 2030
study design Up to 5 years retrospective (500) and prospective, consecutive cases (500) are included. Follow-up are performed at 30 days, 1 year and 5 years by phone or clinical visits.
The definition of SCAD will be based on a central review of the coronary angiographic images confirmed by 2 independent assessors.
responsible person Prof. Hans Rickli