Six-Year Compliance with a Treatment Regimen and Resultant Control of Blood Pressure in Special Veterans Administration Hypertension
In this brief article, Freis, et al, reported that after six years, over sixty-percent of the patients in their antihypertensive
study were still in compliance with their treatment regimen.
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Perry, H. Mitchell Jr
Freis, Edward D.
Neal, William W.
Schnaper, Harold W.
Thomas, John R.
Periodical: Perry, H. Mitchell Jr, Grace Meyer, Edward D. Freis, William W. Neal, Eli Ramirez, Harold W. Schnaper, John R. Thomas, and
Sharon Carmody. "Six-Year Compliance with a Treatment Regimen and Resultant Control of Blood Pressure in Special Veterans
Administration Hypertension Clinics." The Journal of Hypertension 4 (suppl 5), (1986): S393-S394. Article. 2 Images.
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
After 1980: Changing Trends in Hypertension Therapy