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Once you and your doctor decide that your treatment path forward includes RDN, you will have discussed the benefits and risks of the procedure as well as what to expect.
On the day of or day before your scheduled procedure, your doctor will take your blood pressure and confirm eligibility and address any final questions that you may have regarding the procedure.
The procedure typically takes about an hour to perform1,2.
Here is a step-by-step guide of what generally happens during the Blood Pressure Procedure:
This guide will give you a high-level overview of how to better manage your high blood pressure.
Böhm et al. Safety and efficacy measurements in the Global SYMPLICITY Registry, EuroPCR 2017
Individual procedure times may vary.
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