Resistant hypertension

\r\n Resistant hypertension is largely clarified as uncontrolled blood pressure (>140/90 mm Hg) after treatment with at least three antihypertensives. By and large the pathogenesis of safe hypertension is undetermined. Watchful clinical checking of patients giving perceptible safe hypertension is required to stay away from misdiagnosis due to pseudoresistant hypertension. In spite of the fact that the causes are ineffectively comprehended, it is caused by improper sodium maintenance in the kidneys. Past examination, all patients with resistant hypertension ought to be investigated at least with a serum creatinine test, assessed glomerular filtration rate and pee dipstick.

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  • uncontrolled blood pressure
  • complete blood count
  • target organ damage

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