‘Kidney zapping’ helps ease off the high blood pressure

(TopNews.us) — A small release of radio waves to the kidneys might help regulate high blood pressure in patients whose body doesn’t answer to medication, a recent study has stated.

The investigative study deals with the analysis of nerves linked with the kidney that has to deal with a key role in regulation of blood pressure.

Although it still is in the trial period, experts claimed that they soon be offering the procedure to serve hundreds of thousands of patients.

Half of patients refuse to attain the optimum blood pressure control with drugs.

This is mainly due to the fact that one could take medication every day. But in case of one fifth of patients it is due to the fact that the drugs cannot have the same effect.


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