Dyspnea and Cardiotoxicity in Multiple Myeloma Patients Who Receive Carfilzomib

  • Observational
  • Recruiting
  • NCT04827563
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Risk Factors for Dyspnea and Cardiotoxicity in Patients With Multiple Myeloma Who Receive Carfilzomib: A Prospective Pilot Study

This study will explore why some multiple myeloma patients who receive carfilzomib (an anti-cancer medication) experience shortness of breath while others do not. The purpose of this research is to gather information on the effectiveness of the EndoPAT device, which is FDA-approved to assess the health of a patient's blood vessels. These assessments will help doctors leading the study determine the reasons why patients may develop shortness of breath (dyspnea) when being treated with carfilzomib and ways to better prevent this shortness of breath.


Age Group
18 Years and up

Accepting Healthy Volunteers?

Inclusion Criteria:

         - Age ≥ 18

         - Confirmed diagnosis of multiple myeloma

         - Newly-diagnosed multiple myeloma, or relapsed/refractory multiple myeloma with receipt of 1-3 previous lines of therapy and with a 2-week washout from prior therapy

         - Receiving carfilzomib as either standard-of-care therapy or as part of a clinical trial

        Exclusion Criteria:

         - Previous receipt of anthracycline chemotherapy

         - Previous receipt of carfilzomib

         - Four or more previous lines of therapy

         - Active pregnancy at the time of enrollment

At a Glance

National Government IDNCT04827563


Lead SponsorUniversity of Chicago

Lead PhysicianJeanne Decara


18 Years and up