Resistant hypertension is defined as failure to achieve blood pressures in patients taking optimal or maximum tolerated doses of 3 or more anti hypertensive drugs. This is estimated to occur in almost 25% of hypertension patients. The condition resistant hypertension occurs when patients are not able to control blood pressure even with medications.Enroll in CV0016
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