The Discrepancy Between Home and Office Recordings of Blood Pressure in Patients under Treatment with Pentapyrrolidinium.
Importance of Home Recordings in Adjusting Dosages
In this article, Freis noted that some patients present differently in the presence of the doctor (and in the environment
of the doctor's office) than they do in other settings. Freis advocated instructing a family member on the proper techniques
for obtaining the correct blood pressure in the home environment and developing simpler and effective treatments for these
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1954-07 (July 1954)
Freis, Edward D.
Periodical: Freis, Edward D. "The Discrepancy Between Home and Office Recordings of Blood Pressure in Patients under Treatment with
Pentapyrrolidinium. Importance of Home Recordings in Adjusting Dosages." The Medical Annals of the District of Columbia
XXIII, 7 (July 1954): 363-368. Article. 6 Images.
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