Apr 7, 2019

How a blast to the kidney could end high blood pressure for good

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, neuroscience

A revolutionary 60-minute therapy for high blood pressure could allow patients to throw their tablets away for good.

The unlikely remedy involves blasting nerves in the kidneys with sound waves to stop them sending signals to the brain that drive up blood pressure.

It could slash the risk of heart attacks and strokes, two of Britain’s biggest killers.

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