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  1. Congress report: European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress, 2012

    ... Epidemiology (PURE) study Physical activity Diet Renal denervation Stroke Specialty area(s) Cardiometabolic ... patients with drug-resistant hypertension has been the renal sympathetic denervation procedure. The 18-month follow-up results of the ...

  2. 2015 Latin American conference on cardiometabolic diseases management

    ... failure: Speaker to be announced 10.05    L3    Renal sympathetic denervation therapy for resistant hypertension, A. Coca, Spain ...

  3. Resistant hypertension

    ... an association with older age, obesity, impaired renal function and diabetes mellitus. 4,5,6 Patients with resistant ... Devices to treat resistant hypertension mainly target the sympathetic nervous system, which is known to contribute to the pathogenesis of ...

  4. Separating resistant hypertension from hypertension

    ... volume expansion7 -Inadequate diuretic therapy -Renal insufficiency -Therapy with direct arterial vasodilators -Excessive ... of a specialist or hospitalising the patient. Renal denervation by catheter-based radiofrequency ablation of the renal sympathetic nerves lowers the blood pressure in patients with resistant ...

  5. 2014 Asia-Pacific cardiovascular symposium "Managing cardiovascular risk factors to prevent the fatal end of cardiovascular continuum"

    ... beta-blockers and the 'new` therapeutic approaches such as renal denervation. Sessions will also be devoted to discussing emerging health ... (India) 16.10 L8: Comparison of two beta-blockers on sympathetic nervous activity and central aortic pressure in hypertensive ...

  6. Congress reports: Highlights ESH 2013

    ... on the use of two novel interventional approaches, the renal denervation and the baroreflex stimulators. The former acts mainly by reducing the sympathetic overactivity present in such cases with significant reduction of ...

  7. 2015 International conference for innovations in cardiovascular systems

    ... Eluting Balloons Mitral Repair or Replacement Renal Denervation /Sympathetic Modulation Funding Peripheral Intervention ...

  8. 2013 Asia–Pacific Cardiology Symposium “From hypertension to heart failure – Interruption of the cardiovascular continuum”

    ... disease and chronic heart failure Appreciate the role of sympathetic hyperactivity in hypertension, cardiac ischemic disease and heart ... approaches for suppressing sympathetic activity: renal denervation and baroflex stimulators Pham Manh Hung (Vietnam) 17.00 ...

  9. Scientific Highlights: 2015 Latin American conference on cardiometabolic diseases management

    ... with the general population although the presence of renal disease overwhelms the gender effect. [4, 5] In T1D gender ... activation therapy [3] and catheter-based renal sympathetic denervation [4] have been shown to be effective treatments ...

  10. Recommended reading

    ... and attenuates progression of cardiovascular disease and renal disease in chronic kidney patients The debate on optimum blood ... genetics, the renin–angiotensin–aldosterone system, the sympathetic nervous system, vascular structure and function, ...   Catheter-Based Renal Sympathetic Denervation for Resistant Hypertension : Durability of Blood Pressure ...