High Blood Pressure and Kidney Disease
Kidney disease specialists with the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network are highly experienced in treating patients with high blood pressure that is a symptom of or is causing chronic kidney disease. High blood pressure can damage blood vessels throughout the body, including in the kidneys. This damage can reduce how well the kidneys function, which can in turn increase blood pressure.
High Blood Pressure Management to Reduce Kidney Disease Complications
High blood pressure is a serious condition, and for people with chronic kidney disease, controlling it is critical. High blood pressure can make chronic kidney disease worse and can lead to heart disease.
Our nephrologists are experts in the early detection and careful management of high blood pressure, which is vital to reducing the risk of serious complications.