Radiofrequency renal denervation cost-effective for uncontrolled hypertension

Researchers reported that radiofrequency renal denervation is estimated to be cost-effective for uncontrolled hypertension despite multiple antihypertensive medications, at 13,482 British pounds per quality-adjusted life-years gained.
“Since its introduction, radiofrequency renal denervation has been refined to deliver radiofrequency energy simultaneously to all four renal artery quadrants, reducing procedural time and potentially improving efficacy,” Andrew S.P. Sharp, MBChB, MD, professor of cardiology and consultant cardiologist at University Hospital of Wales and Cardiff

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