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Antihypertensive therapy: From clinical pharmacology to clinical outcome. Or what is important to know when choosing an antihypertensive drug

Zyryanov S. K., Butranova O. I.
Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Miklukho-Maklaya str. 6, Moscow, Russia 117198

Keywords: hyperpiesis, antihypertensive therapy, antihypertensive drugs

DOI: 10.18087/rhj.2017.4.2381

The article presents the main groups of medicines for the treatment of hypertension, the mechanisms of their hypotensive action, the effectiveness, possible side effects are examined.
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Zyryanov S. K., Butranova O. I. Antihypertensive therapy: From clinical pharmacology to clinical outcome. Or what is important to know when choosing an antihypertensive drug. Russian Heart Journal. 2017;16(4):286–296

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