Vagal-Immune Interactions in the Control of Hypertension

@inproceedings{Lataro2018VagalImmuneII,
  title={Vagal-Immune Interactions in the Control of Hypertension},
  author={Renata Maria Lataro and Florian{\'o}polis and S. Mateus Catarina and R Escandell Preto and S{\~a}o Paulo and Brazil},
  year={2018}
}
There is a consensus in the literature that the autonomic dysfunction in arterial hypertension involves the increase of sympathetic activity and, also, reduction of vagal tone. In the last years, the role played by inflammation in the development of hypertension and target organs injuries, such as heart and blood vessels, has been emphasized. Although the clinical importance of sympathetic hyperactivity and its treatment of arterial hypertension is recognized, the therapeutic benefit of… CONTINUE READING

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