Renal sympathetic denervation does not aggravate functional or structural renal damage.

@article{Drr2013RenalSD,
  title={Renal sympathetic denervation does not aggravate functional or structural renal damage.},
  author={Oliver D{\"o}rr and Christoph Liebetrau and Helge Moellmann and Stephan Achenbach and Daniel Sedding and Sebastian Szardien and Matthias Willmer and Johannes Rixe and Christian Troidl and Albrecht Elsaesser and C. W. Hamm and Holger M. Nef},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Cardiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={61 4},
  pages={479-80}
}
k R ( K m t i d n m To the Editor: Renal sympathetic denervation (RSD) is an interventional treatment option for resistant arterial hypertension (HT) (1). Previous investigations of RSD excluded patients with progressive chronic kidney disease because of potential RSD-related kidney damage (1,2). Diagnosis of acute kidney injury is a clinical challenge; because of the absence of clinical symptoms, the diagnosis is based on biomarkers. However, a critical problem is the diagnostic gap for… CONTINUE READING