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The design of an observational study of hypertension management, adherence and pressure control in Blood Pressure Success Zone Program participants

By K A Payne, J J Caro, W L Daley, Z M Khan, K J Ishak, K Stark, D Purkayastha, J Flack, E Velázquez, S Nesbitt, D Morisky and R Califf
Topics: Original Paper
Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Ltd
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2658016
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