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Antihypertensive and Lipid-Lowering Treatment to Prevent Heart Attack Trial

Alternate Titles(s): ALLHAT

UID: 10039

Description
ALLHAT was a large antihypertensive trial and lipid-lowering trial and included large numbers of patients over age 65, women, African-Americans, and patients with diabetes, treated largely in community practice settings. Participants were men and women aged 55 years and over with a history of hypertension. Data collected includes participant physical measures, demographics, health behaviors, medical events, hospitalizations, use of antihypertensive medications, use of lipid-lowering medications, use of pravastatin, study retention, medication adherence and administrative details.
Publisher
Timeframe
1994 - 2002
Geographic Coverage
Canada
Puerto Rico
United States
Virgin Islands of the United States
Local Expert for NYU
Subject Domain
Population Age
Adult (19 years - 64 years)
Senior (65 years - 79 years)
Aged (80 years and over)
Keywords
Access via University of Texas Health Science Center

Clinical trial, lab analysis, outcome, and ECG data

Access via BioLINCC

Limited access clinical trial data

Access Restrictions
Application Required
Access Instructions
There are three ways to obtain ALLHAT Data:
  1. Collaborate with an ALLHAT sponsor and the Coordinating Center at the University of Texas to analyze data and write a paper or a project proposal
  2. Request a data set to produce your own data runs for your paper or project. Work on your request will proceed after the Coordinating Center receives an IRB approval from your own institution and a Data Distribution Agreement asserting compliance with confidentiality guidelines for use of the data. If approved a Coordinating Center liaison will be assigned
  3. Request a limited access data set from BioLINCC
For options 1 and 2, send a Concept Proposal to Dr. Ellen Breckenridge, at the Coordinating Center to get this process started. Upon request, the Coordinating Center can help identify an ALLHAT sponsor.
Data Type
Administrative
Biospecimens
Electrophysiological
Clinical Measures
Genomic
Dataset Format(s)
SAS, PDF
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