Patient information: U-RHYTHM and catecholamines

A pilot study of U-RHYTHM technology to investigate 24-hour catecholamine measurements

Patient Information

Thank you for visiting this page. Here you will find more information about a clinical research study we are conducting in Bristol.

This page is for patients with a diagnosis of phaeochromocytoma or paraganglioma. If you are a healthy volunteer interested in taking part in research, please click here

Who can take part in the study?

  • Males and females, aged 16 or older
  • A recent diagnosis of phaeochromocytoma or paraganglioma

Reasons you might not be able to take part

  • If you are currently pregnant or breastfeeding
  • If you have used illicit drugs recently, or intravenous drugs in the past
  • If you are taking certain medications that could significantly interfere with the measurements in our study

What to do now

If you think you might be interested, please click here to download and read the Participant Information Sheet.

For more information and to contact the study team about participating please send us an email

or call us on

0117 455 1408

More about the study

The study is sponsored by the University of Bristol

It has been funded by a Wellcome Trust Technology Development Grant

It has been reviewed and ethically approved by the Health Research Authority in England (IRAS 309240)