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General Strategy of Antihypertensive Treatment

  • F. Olaf Simpson
Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume 16)

Abstract

The general strategy of antihypertensive treatment has to be considered under two headings. Firstly, there is the strategy for dealing with hypertension as a national problem, i.e. on a population basis, and secondly the strategy for dealing with hypertension in the individual patient.

Keywords

High Blood Pressure Plasma Renin Activity Antihypertensive Therapy Antihypertensive Treatment Sodium Intake 
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