Resistant Hypertension and Diet

Resistant Hypertension (HTN) is diagnosed when the patient's blood pressure (BP) remains at 140/90 or higher despite being on 3 or more anti-HTN drugs. Clinical trials have shown that between 20 and 30% of the people in America with HTN now have resistant HTN.

While most patients initially diagnosed with HTN can have their BP "controlled" by BP drugs, the longer the patient follows th...

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