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,Tweet Facebook Mail Australian researchers have developed a world-first treatment that could transform the lives of patients with high blood pressure.Professor Markus Schlaich from the University of Western Australia is leading a global trial into a new procedure using sound waves to shut down a sensor that regulates the amount of oxygen in the blood.The trial treatment promises a reduction in blood pressure that could improve the lives of those with the condition that kills more than ten million people every year.“We have seen very significant blood pressure reductions in trial patients,” Prof. Schlaich exclusively told 9NEWS.The new treatment targets a tiny sensor, called the carotid, which is found in the neck.“We have found that in patients with difficult-to-control hypertension, the body is hyper-activated. The aim of the procedure is to silence this carotid,” he said.A catheter inserted into a nearby vein produces an ultrasound that blocks signals sent by the carotid to the brain.“We’re talking about a net treatment time of 20 to 30 seconds,” Prof. Schlaich said.Agnes Johnson, who has lived with high blood pressure for 30 years, was the first patient in Australia to undergo the treatment.RelatedRush to publish COVID-19 research saw errors in top medical journals triple, study findsNew health alert in South Australia after positive COVID-19 case breached quarantineTwo new coronavirus cases reported in South AustraliaShe told 9NEWS she has lived in constant fear of having a stroke.“I probably would have tried about 40 or 50 different medications,” she said.Following the treatment, Ms Johnson’s blood pressure dropped from 220/90 to 140/70.“It helped in a big way because I wasn’t so breathless or tired,” Ms Johnson said.“It has saved my life.”The treatment has been trialled on 29 people worldwide, with doctors saying the results offer promise.With trials underway on patients in Perth, developers hope the treatment will be widely available by 2020.
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