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Second pilot rapid assessment on ‘Renal denervation systems for treatment-resistant hypertension’

The purpose of the assessment is to assess the effectiveness and safety of renal denervation systems for patients who suffer from treatment-resistant hypertension compared to standard of care (no treatment, additional pharmacological treatment, device-based hypertension therapy and sham treatment).

Final version of the assessment was published in December 2013

Below is the documentation provided by the Joint Assessment authoring team:

Project plan
Summary document of comments and author’s replies to the review

Renal Denervation Systems for treatment-resistant hypertension_Rapid REA_Final_Dec 2013
WP5 Strand B_2nd pilot_Comments tables
WP5 Strand B_2nd pilot_Project Plan