Clinical Trial - Resistant Hypertension
Resistant hypertension is high blood pressure that does not respond to aggressive medical treatment (take 3 different blood pressure medications). Resistant hypertension increases the risk of heart attack, stroke, and kidney failure. Hypertension is considered resistant when all of the following are true:
- someone is taking 3 different blood pressure medications at their max tolerated doses; of those blood pressure medications is a diuretic;
- blood pressure remains above your goal;
- if hypertension requires 4+ medications to be controlled. Twenty percent of patients with hypertension are resistant.
For more information regarding resistant hypertension trials at AGA Clinical Trials, please contact us below! Compensation for time and travel is available for eligible volunteers. No health insurance or referrals required.