Baroreceptors and the Cardiovascular Control: 50 Years from Basic Research to Clinical Application

      Two major areas have been investigated in the last 50 years to analyze baroreflex dysfunction and its application to cardiovascular diseases: 1. sinoaortic denervation (SAD) to promote hypertension and increased BP variability, and 2. resetting of the baroreceptors to operate at higher pressure level in chronic hypertension.
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