March 1986
Angiology;Mar1986 Part 2, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p264
Academic Journal
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The article presents questions related to angiology, to be answered by circling true or false options. Some of the questions are on beta-blocking agents, bevantolol, objective measure of myocardial oxygen demand, hypertension, diastolic blood pressure, effective in management of hypertension and blood pressure.


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