Dual Therapy in Hypertensive Patients with Coronary Artery Disease: The Role of Calcium Channel Blockers and ??-Blockers:
American Journal of Cardiovascular Drugs, Volume 7, Issue Suppl 1, 2007, Pages 25-29.
Hypertensive Patient HCTZ Dual Therapy Trandolapril Nonfatal Stroke
Background: The majority of hypertensive patients require combination therapy to achieve BP goals. Guidelines recommend dual therapy in newly diagnosed patients with BP >160/100mm Hg. Calcium channel blocker (CCB)/ACE inhibitor and b-blocker (b-adrenoceptor antagonists)/diuretic combinations are among regimens considered effective for BP ...More
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