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Effects of renal denervation on the kidney: albuminuria, proteinuria, and renal function.

Renal denervation has attracted attention as a novel antihypertensive treatment for hypertensive patients who are poorly controlled by medicine. Clinical studies have shown the antihypertensive effects of renal denervation in patients with treatment-resistant hypertension. However, renal denervation potentially has other beneficial effects, such as improving glucose metabolism and cardioprotection beyond its antihypertensive effects. In this mini-review article, we summarize and discuss the effects of renal denervation on proteinuria, albuminuria, and renal function based on the recent findings of clinical studies, and review the renoprotective effects of renal denervation.

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