AHA releases guidelines for resistant hypertension

04/8/2008 | Reuters

The American Heart Association released new guidelines to help providers and patients identify and control resistant hypertension, which researchers expect will become increasingly common as the U.S. population ages. The guidelines say treatment should be tailored and should target the underlying causes of high blood pressure, such as obesity, a high-salt diet and sleep apnea.

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