About Clinical Research

Clinical research studies help determine if investigational medical devices, procedures, and medications are safe and effective for treating diseases and other health conditions.

Clinical research studies follow a specific set of standards and are closely regulated to help protect study participants. Nevertheless, all clinical research studies and investigational treatments have risks, including the potential to make participants sick or uncomfortable. Although safety precautions are put in place to protect people who participate in clinical research, your condition or health could remain the same, improve, or get worse. Any known risks and side effects will be discussed during the informed consent process, but there may be unknown risks.
If you choose to participate in this study, you can ask questions of the study doctor at any point before, during, and after the study. If you have any concerns about participating in the study, you should feel comfortable discussing them with the study doctor at any time.
Taking part in this study is voluntary. You are free to refuse to take part or withdraw from the study at any time without penalty or loss of benefits to which you are otherwise entitled. Your decision to take part or not take part will in no way affect your current or future treatment. You will be given time and opportunity to ask questions about the details of this study and to decide if you want to take part.
You can visit any doctor to meet your needs during the study.

Answer a few questions to see if you may qualify for the Revita™ T2D US clinical research study testing the investigational DMR procedure designed to elevate your body’s potential for better blood sugar control.