Another Approach of Resistant Hypertension: What to Do When the Pharmacological Treatment Fails?


Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is an important risk factor for elevated blood pressure (BP), especially in patients with resistant hypertension (RHT)[1]. HT physiopathology in OSA patients involves aspects such as secondary sympathetic hyper reactivity because of intermittent hypoxia, decreased barometric sensitivity, endothelial dysfunction. […]