Rationale and design of the CV-PREVITAL study: an Italian multiple cohort randomised controlled trial investigating innovative digital strategies in primary cardiovascular prevention

BMJ Open

31 July Jul 2023 11 months ago
  • Baldassarre D, Baetta R, Amato M, Bonomi A, Colazzo F, Bonomi A, Werba JP, Genovese S, Pompilio G.

Prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD) is of key importance in reducing morbidity, disability and mortality worldwide. Observational studies suggest that digital health interventions can be an effective strategy to reduce cardiovascular (CV) risk. However, evidence from large randomised clinical trials is lacking.

Reference: Rationale and design of the CV-PREVITAL study: an Italian multiple cohort randomised controlled trial investigating innovative digital strategies in primary cardiovascular prevention.
Baldassarre D, Iacoviello L, Baetta R, Roncaglioni MC, Condorelli G, Remuzzi G, Gensini G, Frati L, Ricciardi W, Conaldi PG, Uccelli A, Blandini F, Bosari S, Scambia G, Fini M, Di Malta A, Amato M, Veglia F, Bonomi A, Klersy C, Colazzo F, Pengo M, Gorini F, Auteri L, Ferrante G, Baviera M, Ambrosio G, Catapano A, Gialluisi A, Malavazos AE, Castelvecchio S, Corsi-Romanelli MM, Cardani R, Rovere MT, Agnese V, Pane B, Prati D, Spinardi L, Liuzzo G, Arbustini E, Volterrani M, Visconti M, Werba JP, Genovese S, Bilo G, Invitti C, Di Blasio A, Lombardi C, Faini A, Rosa D, Ojeda-Fernández L, Foresta A, De Curtis A, Di Castelnuovo A, Scalvini S, Pierobon A, Gorini A, Valenti L, Luzi L, Racca A, Bandi M, Tremoli E, Menicanti L, Parati G, Pompilio G; CV-PREVITAL Study Group. BMJ Open. 2023 Jul 14;13(7):e072040.

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