James Hilditch

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  • J B Hilditch
  • 1986
Although family doctors may be reasonably effective in screening their patients for hypertension, some patients are missed. We examined the characteristics of patients screened and not screened for hypertension in a teaching family practice. Office visits were sampled during a one-month period. For non-hypertensives, the overall rate of patients whose blood(More)
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