Michele Brignoli

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In 30 patients with mild hypertension (diastolic blood pressure, 95 to 105 mmHg), the antihypertensive effect of rilmenidine 1 mg was compared in a double-blind study, with the effect of hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg. Patients not satisfactorily controlled received a combined therapy on the same doses of the two drugs used. Rilmenidine and hydrochlorothiazide(More)
In order to verify the anti-ischaemic effect of a new beta-blocking agent, bisoprolol, a double blind parallel groups trial was carried out in comparison with verapamil. 26 patients with a history of spontaneous and/or effort angina were studied. After a two-week treatment with placebo, they were randomized in two groups. One group was treated for 4 weeks(More)
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