Antihypertensive effects of sulforaphane
Persistent hypertension is associated with a greater incidence of organ damage and conditions such as stroke, heart failure and end–stage kidney disease, which results in increased cardiovascular (CV) morbidity and mortality. Among the patients receiving antihypertensive treatment, the level of adequate blood pressure (BP) control (
DegreeDoctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
SupervisorJuurlink, Bernhard; Wu, L.
CommitteeRichardson, J. Steven; Wang, Hui Di; Kulyk, W.; Desai, K.; Lee, P.
Copyright DateMarch 2011
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