Hypertension: The Good Bad and Unknown

Hypertension: The Good Bad and Unknown

Renal denervation is an emerging and promising new therapy for resistant hypertension. Although 54 percent of all hypertension is “uncontrolled” (1), not all uncontrolled hypertension is considered resistant. The American Heart Association (AHA) definition of resistant hypertension is BP above goal on at least three antihypertensive medications of different classes, one of which is a diuretic, or BP that requires four or more medications to get to goal.