Renal artery sympathetic denervation: observations from the UK experience.
Sharp, Andrew S P
Davies, J E
Lobo, M D
Bent, C L
Mark, P B
Burchell, A E
Thackray, S D
McKane, W S
Gerber, R T
Clinical research in cardiology : official journal of the German Cardiac Society
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Renal denervation (RDN) may lower blood pressure (BP); however, it is unclear whether medication changes may be confounding results. Furthermore, limited data exist on pattern of ambulatory blood pressure (ABP) response-particularly in those prescribed aldosterone antagonists at the time of RDN.
Renal artery sympathetic denervation: observations from the UK experience. 2016 Jun;105(6):544-52: Clin Res Cardiol
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