Most kidney stone treatment focuses on patients who have a kidney stone and are having excruciating pain. There has been little research into finding out how to prevent kidney stones. PUSH hopes to identify ways to change behavior so a patient is less likely to have another kidney stone, and help determine if drinking more water can really help prevent having another kidney stone.
Enrollment began in October 2017. For more information, contact one of our participating sites or check out the PUSH study listing on ClinicalTrials.gov.
USDRN Participating Sites
Mayo Clinic Contact: Angela Waits 507-538-2902 email@example.com
Washington University in St. Louis Contact: Juanita Taylor 314-454-7047 firstname.lastname@example.org
Cleveland Clinic Contact: Paige Gotwald 216-444-0124 email@example.com
Cleveland Clinic Contact: Marina Markovic 216-444-1152 firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Pennsylvania Contact: Neda Khan 215-746-4177 email@example.com
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Contact: Brittney Henderson 267-426-1337 firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Texas Southwestern Contact: Cynthia Rangel 214-645-8787 email@example.com
Children’s Medical Center of Dallas Contact: Martinez Hill 214-456-0279 firstname.lastname@example.org
University of Washington Contact: Holly Covert 206-616-5170 email@example.com
Scientific Data Research Center
Duke Clinical Research Institute Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org