An Evaluation of the Sodium Amytal Sedation Test in Male Hypertensive Patients
In this article, Freis's team reported that the degree of decrease in blood pressure in patients sedated with sodium amytal
was correlated to several factors, including response to treatment and mortality rate. They found that the change in pressure
was a good predictor of mortality, but not for any other responses to treatment.
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1962-10 (October 1962)
Veterans Administration Cooperative Study Group on Antihypertensive Agents
Periodical: Veterans Administration Cooperative Study Group on Antihypertensive Agents. "An Evaluation of the Sodium Amytal Sedation
Test in Male Hypertensive Patients." The American Heart Journal 64, 4 (October 1962): 473-482. Article. 10 Images.
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