Nov 1, 1975

Treatment of renal hypertension

Clinical Nephrology
H Losse

Abstract

There are different types of renal hypertension: hypertension due to parenchymal renal disease, renovascular hypertension, hypertension due to urological disease, hypertension of endstage renal disease. Treatment has to consider-above all-the possibility of specific, medical or surgical procedures that may cause the underlying condition. If the underlying disease is not amenable to specific therapy, symptomatic medical treatment to lower blood pressure is indicated: besides control of sodium-intake and body weight antihypertensive drugs are generally indicated. We use them, alone or in combination, in the following line of order: diuretics, beta-adrenergic blockers, dihydralazine, reserpine, clonidine, alpha-methyldopa, guanethidine.

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Hypertension, Renovascular
Nephrectomy
Weighing Patient
Guanethidine
Diuretic Effect
Kidney Failure, Chronic
Hypertensive Disease
Cerebral Hemorrhage
Antihypertensive Agents
Reserpine

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