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[...]the availability of new therapeutic approaches for the treatment and control of high blood pressure in high-risk conditions such as resistant hypertension, i.e., carotid baroreceptor stimulation ...

Date : 24/11/2015

Stockholm ESC 2010 Take-Home Message on blood pressure variability and treatment of resistant hypertension through renal denervation [...]differences are not only of academic importance, they are of ...

Date : 24/09/2010

1 - Resistant hypertension The 2007 European Society of Hypertension/European Society of Cardiology Guidelines on Hypertension define “resistant hypertension” as the clinical condition in ...

Date : 23/02/2010

Background Large scale epidemiological studies have shown that hypertension is two to three times more present in the obese than in lean individuals. [...]blood pressure values and body weight are ...

Date : 18/09/2013

Background Resistant hypertension occurs when 1) use of at least three antihypertensive drugs at full daily dosage - of which a diuretic- are unsuccessful in controlling blood pressure, and, having ...

Date : 02/01/2013

First attempts to treat hypertension were based on inhibition of sympathetic tone by sympathectomy or sympatolytic medication. Given the central role of renal sympathetic nerves in the development ...

Date : 12/03/2012

First and foremost, all regular examinations are to be done as you would with every hypertensive patient obviously. Once that is done, compliance to drug treatment should be verified by all means ...

Date : 24/06/2014

Keywords: hypertension definition, treatment goals in different patient categories Abbreviations ABPM: ambulatory blood pressure monitoring ACEI: angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor ARB: ...

Date : 14/08/2019