Mental Depression in Hypertensive Patients Treated for Long Periods with Large Doses of Reserpine
In the early 1950s, the extremely effective antihypertensive drug reserpine, a pure active alkaloid of the tropical plant
rauwolfia, became available for clinical use. In this article, Freis reported that in high doses reserpine resulted in severe
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1954-12-16 (December 16, 1954)
Freis, Edward D.
Periodical: Freis, Edward D. "Mental Depression in Hypertensive Patients Treated for Long Periods with Large Doses of Reserpine."
New England Journal of Medicine 251, (16 December 1954): 1006-1008. Article. 2 Images.
Massachusetts Medical Society
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