Self-management of hypertension effective measure to lower BP

Ellis, Brian
September 2010
Cardiology Today;Sep2010, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p37
The article discusses a 2010 study on the efficacy of the self-management of hypertension in lowering systolic blood pressure (BP) which is said to make the approach as another significant mode in hypertension control.


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