While studies of hypertension have been performed worldwide in a variety of epidemiological settings such as diabetes, renal function, obesity and thyroid disorders, there is a need to identify appropriate treatment strategies.
Novel Strategies and Approaches in Hypertension Therapy is the first of volume of the book series Current and Future Developments in Hypertension. The volume introduces the reader to different aspects of hypertension treatment (environmental and occupational factors and different clinical settings that can trigger the disease). The book subsequently delves into special topics related to the use of new diagnostic biomarkers for hypertension patients, treatment of hypertension in endocrine disorders (thyroid disorders and diabetes), nutrition-focused approaches to treat the condition, and the use of calcium channel blockers.
This reference book is essential reading for medical professionals involved in the management and care of patients affected with hypertension.