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Cardiovascular medication: improving adherence

By Liam G Glynn and Tom Fahey


Adherence to medication is generally defined as the extent to which people take medications as prescribed by their healthcare providers. It can be assessed in many ways (e.g., by self-reporting, pill counting, direct observation, electronic monitoring, or through pharmacy records). In this review, we have reported adherence to cardiovascular medications however it has been measured

Topics: Cardiovascular Disorders
Publisher: BMJ Publishing Group
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