Renal Denervation Produces Mixed Results In Small Sham-Controlled Trial
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Renal denervation with Medtronic’s Symplicity Flex catheter failed to significantly reduce systolic blood-pressure in a sham-controlled trial in patients with mild drug-resistant hypertension, although the per-protocol analysis did show a benefit from renal denervation.
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