Norimasa Umemura

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Blood pressure (BP) telemonitoring systems and pharmacist management programs were introduced into Haruka Community Pharmacy. A 22-year-old healthy male came to the community pharmacy, although he was not in a diseased state, he had been informed previously that he had a moderately high BP during a routine examination. He continued home BP telemonitoring(More)
We previously started pharmacist blood pressure (BP) management programs using telemonitoring systems for monitoring side effects of antihypertensive drugs in a community pharmacy. The present case demonstrates that pharmacist BP management programs using telemonitoring systems are useful for monitoring side effects of antihypertensive drugs in a community(More)
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