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Renal Denervation

Renal Denervation - What it is

There is now potentially a novel treatment for people who have hypertension (also known as high blood pressure) and are unable to control it with medications. 

Hypertension is a silent killer because although the person does not usually have any symptoms, he or she is at much increased risk for having a serious medical problem such as stroke, heart attack, heart failure, and renal failure if it is not properly controlled. 

The normal blood pressure (BP) is defined as below 140mmHg for systolic BP and below 90mmHg for diastolic BP. The definition of a normal BP is even more stringent for people suffering from diabetes. 

Renal Denervation - Symptoms

Renal Denervation - How to prevent?

Renal Denervation - Causes and Risk Factors

Renal Denervation - Diagnosis

Renal Denervation - Preparing for surgery

Renal Denervation - Post-surgery care

Renal Denervation - Other Information

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