Treatment of Hypertension in Primary Care

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Taylor & Francis, Dec 11, 2000 - Medical - 80 pages
With so many different drugs available for the treatment of the hypertensive patient, difficulties arise as to which drugs are more efficacious for patients. Dr Kaplan details drug regimens from diuretics to ACE inhibitors and to calcium antagonists, whether prescribed singly or in combination. The effective therapeutic use of the drugs available is clearly presented so the clinician can offer patients the appropriate treatment.

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[MD] - Professor Department of Internal Medicine

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