A new treatment method in resistant hypertension: Renal Denervation
There are nerves called “sympathetic” around the renal vessels that cause elevation of blood pressure. This sympathetic system is cauterized via a specific material inside the vessels with a method like angio without anesthesia.
This method which depends on the cautery of sympathetic nerves causing hypertension is called as renal sympathetic denervation. This method can effectively treat the persistent tension which is not decreased or recurred after a while after decreasing and affecting the patients’ quality of life severely. 80-90% of success provided by renal denervation method in persistent hypertension treatment provides decrease the number of the blood pressure medications of the patients and
controlling blood pressure.