Resistant Hypertension Review Articles

 Resistant hypertension is well-defined as blood pressure that ruins above goal in spite of the synchronized use of 3 antihypertensive agents of different classes. Preferably, one of the 3 agents should be a diuretic and all mediators should be given at ideal dosage volumes. The occurrence of resistant hypertension is strange. Roughly 10% of patients with spotted hypertension have true resistant hypertension. As a significance, overweightness is a common feature of patients with resistant hypertension. Overweightness is linked with many other ailments which can cause hypertension like OSA, diabetes etc. The assessment of patients with resistant hypertension should be focused towards confirming the true conduct resistance and identification of causes donating to treatment resistance, including secondary causes of hypertension and documentation of target-organ damage  

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