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Caution: The Symplicity™ Spyral Catheter and Symplicity G3™ Generator are Investigational Devices and are limited by United States law to investigational use.

SPYRAL HTN Global Clinical Trial Program

What is the study?

Renal Denervation (RDN) treatment is being studied in a clinical trial to learn whether renal denervation is a safe and effective treatment option to lower blood pressure for certain patients with uncontrolled hypertension.

What do I have to do in these trials?

If you are selected to be part of this trial, you must:

  • Be taking specific types of medications and have certain physical conditions
  • Be willing to do the required testing and follow up visits
  • Be willing to monitor your blood pressure with an ambulatory blood pressure monitor

To see if you may qualify for these clinical trials, please take this short survey or connect with Medtronic.
After the survey, contact a trial doctor near you: Find A Study Doctor

How much does the trial cost?

You should discuss the estimate of costs with your study doctor. Since this is part of a clinical trial, Medtronic will not charge for the device used in this study. Furthermore, you will not be charged for the cost of collecting the data for this study and other clinic visits and diagnostic tests done solely for the purposes of this study.

How do I know if I’m eligible to participate?

Patients with uncontrolled hypertension may qualify to take part in the clinical trial. If chosen for the trial, more testing will be done to determine eligibility. Only your study doctor can decide if you are a good candidate for the clinical trial.

If the study doctor decides you are eligible, it is up to you to decide if you wish to participate in this study.

To see if you may qualify for these clinical trials, please take this short survey or connect with Medtronic.
After the survey, contact a trial doctor near you: Find A Study Doctor

Where can I get more information?

Learn more about the investigational therapy and the clinical trials.

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