Superior hypertension control with betablockade in the European Sleep Apnea Database

Publié par Sven Svedmyr, en 2021 - J Hypertension

Arterial hypertension is highly prevalent and difficult to control in patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). High sympathoadrenergic activity is a hallmark physiological phenomenon in OSA. We hypothesized that an antihypertensive drug with inhibitory properties on this activity, such as beta blockers (BBs), may be particularly efficacious in OSA patients.

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