Management of arterial hypertension : a practical guide for the physician and allied health workers / by F. Gross ... [et al.]
Other TitlesPrise en charge de l' hypertension artérielle : guide pratique à l' usage des médecins et du personnel paramédical
Tratamiento de la hipertensión arterial : guía práctica para el médico y otros agentes de salud
AbstractPresents a wealth of advice and practical information relevant to the management of patients with arterial hypertension. Prepared by a team of four international experts, the book specifies the most effective procedures for the detection and measurement of hypertension, the assessment of disease severity, the selection of patients for treatment, and the design of an appropriate therapeutic regimen. Given the importance of drug treatment, the book also guides readers in the selection of an appropriate drug, the timing of treatment, the indications for drug combinations, and their safe administration. The concluding chapters offer advice on the control of blood pressure in different patient groups and the applications of general measures for hypertension control in populations
Gross, F, Pisa, Zbynek, Strasser, Toma, Zanchetti, A, Amery, A. et al. (1984). Management of arterial hypertension : a practical guide for the physician and allied health workers / by F. Gross ... [et al.]. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/39147
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