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What are the key mechanisms involved in hypertension?

RHC 2014 - Watch the recording of the first session presenting three typical patients with elevated blood pressure:

  •  an elderly atherosclerotic patient (by R. Schmieder),
  •  a metabolic patient (by M. Schlaich),
  •  a young adrenergic patient (by K. Tsioufis).

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Overview of the second day by Benjamin Honton

This second day continued by the use of the “fil rouge”, our three characteristic patients. The first session focused on how to tailor and personalise the management of our three phenotypes of hypertensive patients.

What are the key mechanisms involved in hypertension?

RHC 2014 - Discover the presentations from the first session.

Download the slides if you wish to understand the key mechanisms involved in hypertension based on three typical patients with elevated blood pressure: an elderly atherosclerotic patient, a metabolic patient and a young adrenergic patient.

Editorial

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the entire Resistant Hypertension Course Scientific Board, we would like to welcome you in Berlin and thank you for taking the time to join us, for what we believe will be an interesting and inspiring Course, with YOUR active participation.

RHC 2014 - Second day overview by Dr. Honton

This second day continued by the use of the “fil rouge”, our three characteristic patients. The first session focused on how to tailor and personalise the management of our three phenotypes of hypertensive patients.

Led by K. Tsioufis, assisted by M. Ntsekhe and F. Sharif, this interactive session on “ how to personalise combination therapy” provided practical information for management of these different patients.

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