In order to eliminate the inductance, non-inductive resistors are used. Non inductive resistors are designed in a manner that there is no inductance in the assembly. For instance, ceramic resistors which do not have a wound structure are considered non-inductive.
Wound resistors can also be designed to be non-inductive by having half the winding in one direction and the other half in the other direction. This ensures that the net inductance is nil. Film type resistors are also designed to be non-inductive.