Cardiogenic Shock Working Group Registry
The Cardiogenic Shock Working Group is a multicenter registry where we collect de-identified clinical variables from the medical records and follow-up phone calls of shock patients from multiple institutions and centralize this data to a single registry for analysis of clinical outcomes.
- Cardiogenic Shock
- Eligible Ages
- Over 18 Years
- Eligible Genders
- Accepts Healthy Volunteers
- Patients must have cardiogenic shock.
Cardiogenic shock is defined by at least one of the two categories below:
1. At least 2 of the following concurrently at any point during the index
- Cardiac Index < 2.2
- PAPI < 1.0
- Cardiac Power Output ≤ 0.6
- MAP < 60mmHg or a >30mmHg drop in MAP from baseline
- SBP < 90mmHg or a >30mmHg drop in SBP from baseline
- Pulse > 100
2. Require at least one acute mechanical circulatory support device, vasopressor or
inotrope to maintain values above the above target.
Post-cardiotomy patients must meet the inclusion criteria 72 hours after their surgery to
be included in this registry.
- Study Type
- Observational [Patient Registry]
- Observational Model
- Time Perspective
|Cardiogenic Shock Patients||Cardiogenic Shock patients eligible for this study are defined by at least one of the two categories below. Patients have at least 2 of the following concurrently at any point during the index hospitalization: MAP < 60mmHg or a >30mmHg drop in MAP from baseline, SBP < 90mmHg or a >30mmHg drop in SBP from baseline, Pulse > 100, Cardiac Index < 2.2, Cardiac Power Output ≤ 0.6 or PAPI < 1.0. Patients require the use of at least 1 vasopressor, inotrope or acute mechanical circulatory support device to maintain values above the above targets.||
- Tufts Medical Center
Study ContactNavin K Kapur, MD
The Cardiogenic Shock Working Group is an Academic Research Consortium involving multiple medical centers within the United States and includes a multicenter registry for patients with cardiogenic shock. De-identified clinical variables are collected from medical records and follow-up phone calls. There is currently no central database for cardiogenic shock, therefore analysis of cardiogenic shock on a larger scale is limited. A goal of the Cardiogenic Shock Working Group is to create a centralized registry, compiled of data from multiple institutions, to analyze clinical outcomes. The Cardiogenic Shock Working Group Registry will include a retrospective arm, where data is collected during the course of the hospital stay, and a prospective arm, where long-term outcomes will be assessed.