Handbook of Hypertension

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Wiley, Apr 1, 2009 - Medical - 416 pages
When treating hypertension, physicians now have a huge range of drugs from which to choose in formulating a management strategy. This accessible guide helps the busy clinician access specific information on available drugs as components of an integrated care plan.

The Handbook of Hypertension is a comprehensive review of the evidence base for hypertension and associated disease, providing tables, figures, charts, and summaries of principal findings from clinical studies on hypertension – putting vital information within reach of the busy practitioner.

Containing the most recent guidelines for global cardiovascular risk analysis and evidence-based reviews on important new advances and recent trials, consulting the Handbook of Hypertension will save precious time and improve patient care.

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About the author (2009)

Mark C. Houston, MD, MSc, FACP, FAHA
Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
ASH Specialist in Clinical Hypertension
Director, Hypertension Institute and Vascular Biology, Nashville, Tennessee
Section Chief, Division of Nutrition and Clinical Research
Staff Physician, Vascular Institute
Saint Thomas Hospital
Nashville, Tennessee

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