Arterial hypertension is a public health problem and patient adherence to treatment is challenging. This study tested whether frequent nurse visits provide additional benefits to antihypertensive treatment. Every 30 days, a pharmacist visited these patients to deliver antihypertensive drugs and perform a pill count. Nurses visited group A (48 patients)… (More)
To validate defining characteristics of ineffective peripheral tissue perfusion using vasomotor function assessment.
Twenty-four patients with hypertensive cardiomiopathy were evaluated for 18 defining characteristics of ineffective peripheral tissue perfusion and underwent vasomotor function assessment with induction of reactive… (More)