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Systematic Review: Renal denervation may have a modest effect in improving 24h ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (reduction in SBP by 5.29 mmHg and DBP by 3.75 mmHg) but does not improve major cardiovascular outcomes and renal function.

24 Nov, 2021 | 08:33h | UTC

Summary: Renal denervation for improving outcomes in individuals with resistant hypertension – Cochrane Library

Original Review: Renal denervation for resistant hypertension – Cochrane Library

Related: M-A: Renal denervation for hypertension is associated with a modest reduction in ambulatory blood pressure control (3.61 mm Hg reduction in ambulatory systolic BP and 1.85 mm Hg reduction in ambulatory diastolic BP).


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