Q: Can high blood pressure be cured?
Hello doctor. Doctor, can high blood pressure be cured? Thanks for the advice doctor.
Hoang Van (1876)
Hello. High blood pressure is a common disease that affects many people. People with the disease also often have a common question whether high blood pressure can be cured?
If the patient has long-term hypertension, grade 3, advanced age and primary hypertension, long-term, lifelong hypertension treatment is required to stabilize blood pressure and improve life function. Patients with primary hypertension need to live peacefully with hypertension. Possible cure of secondary hypertension: Addressing the organic cause of hypertension.
Example: Place a stent to dilate the renal artery with unilateral renal artery stenosis (no complications, no stroke, heart failure) to return to normal blood pressure, surgery for coarctation of the aorta and blood pressure in children return to normal.
For in-depth advice and appropriate treatment for high blood pressure, you should go to hospitals with good facilities such as those under Vinmec Health System to perform the examination. Looking forward to seeing you soon. Thank you for trusting and sharing your concerns with Vinmec.
Answered by Associate Professor, Doctor, Specialist II Chu Hoang Van - Department of Examination - Vinmec Times City International Hospital
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