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Welcome to Renal Denervation

One in four adults suffer from hypertension worldwide. Overactive sympathetic nervous system plays a vital role in pathogenesis of hypertension. RENAL DENERVATION (RDN) is a new minimally invasive catheter based treatment that has demonstrated exceptional blood pressure reductions in patients with resistant hypertension. While renal denervation is being explored for its role in treatment of different clinical conditions worldwide, this platform provides comprehensive education, news, and information on this innovative treatment with the goal of fast dissipation of RDN science.

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Resurrection of Renal Denervation
April 03, 2015
Press Release: On April 1, 2015, Medtronic announced the initiation of the SPYRAL
Renal Denervation: “ The end of the beginning” Professor Murray Esler at ACC
April 01, 2014
Professor Murray Esler delivered 45th Annual Louis F. Bishop Lecture at
Global SYMPLICITY Registry 6-Month Data Reveals Strong Safety Profile and Blood Pressure Reduction
March 30, 2014
Medtronic, Inc. (NYSE: MDT), announced today further analysis of six-month follow-up data
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RDN Beyond HTN

The overactive symapthetic nervous system seems to be culprit in other diseases other than hypertension. Click here to learn more on the benefits renal denervation and congestive heart failure, diabetes metillus and much more........

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What's in the pipeline

While endovascular radiofrequency and ultrasound renal denervation are in human clinical trials, click here to learn about the next generation innovative technologies such as transurethral RDN, and non-invasive ultrasound, gamma knife, and nanotechnology focusing on renal nerves.

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Disclaimer: This site is meant for educational purposes only, no medical advice is given or implied. Renal denervation is still an experimental treatment in many parts of the world, including the United States.