Registries and clinical studies

in all of Europe are our proven area of expertise.

Registries and clinical studies


We design, run, and publish data from registries and clinical studies, either independently or with partners in the healthcare sector. We currently work in collaboration with a large number of European hospitals.

Registries and clinical studies are initiated by interested clinicians or by relevant companies. We start with a project idea, from which we formulate a registry protocol and electronic questionnaire. The results are then jointly published by the participating centres.

Projects are generally financed by an external funding source, while we assume overall responsibility for project implementation (“Sponsorship”). For this, we work with established experts in the relevant fields, ensuring successful planning and implementation.

CONDUCT retro / CONDUCT pro

European, multicenter Registry to investigate permanent pacemaker implantations in patients undergoing TAVI.

NCT03497611 / NCT03715894

REFORM MR

German, multicenter Registry in patients with mitral valve surgery.

NCT03470155

INCA

German, multicenter Registry to collect long-term results after surgical aortic valve replacement (INTUITY Elite Valve) combined with bypass surgery.

NCT03326778

INDURE

International, multicenter Registry on clinical outcomes of patients under the age of sixty undergoing aortic valve replacement.

NCT03666741

IMPACT

International, multicenter Registry to assess the impact of pre-existing comorbidities on patient outcomes and prosthetic valve performance.

NCT04053088

BENCHMARK

Multicenter European registry to establish a standardized TAVI patient care pathway, by implementing pre-defined QoC measures into hospital routine.

NCT04579445

DefiPace

Multicenter Registry to investigate the safety and efficacy of low-energy electrical cardioversion with or without subsequent bi-atrial pacing in patients with post-operative atrial fibrillation.

NCT04804748

EU-HYPROTECT

Multicenter European Registry to investigate the clinical impact of intraoperative hypotension

NCT04972266

Contact persons


Dr. Claudia Lüske

Dr. Beate Botta

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