By Costas Tsioufis, Roland E. Schmieder, Giuseppe Mancia
This ebook goals to explain the position of interventional treatments in a number of varieties of secondary high blood pressure and to give an explanation for the facility of such methods to deal with unmet wishes within the surroundings of out of control crucial high blood pressure. The insurance encompasses interventions within the complete variety of appropriate stipulations, together with a few of the particular pathologies answerable for secondary high blood pressure, reminiscent of renal artery stenosis, coarctation of the aorta, and adrenal tumors. In each one case, up to date info is gifted on symptoms, procedural elements, and sufferer follow-up. another concentration is the latest wisdom at the use of invasive neuromodulation, reminiscent of renal sympathetic denervation and baroreflex stimulation. The textual content is supplemented through important explanatory diagrams and therapy algorithms. A entire medical consultant of this nature has up to now been absent from the literature. The booklet can be of curiosity to clinicians dealing with hypertensive sufferers, researchers investigating complicated high blood pressure administration, and scholars on cardiovascular courses.
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