Age-related antihypertensive and haemodynamic effects of verapamil SR: Clinical results and effects on atrial natriuretic peptide

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The antihypertensive effect of the calcium-antagonist verapamil was investigated in two groups of patients, adult hypertensives (AH, < 65 years of age) and elderly hypertensives (EH, > 65 years of age), who were treated with 240 mg p. o. sustained-release (SR) verapamil for 4 months. Arterial blood pressure was significantly reduced in both groups: the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01409204

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@article{Antonicelli1990AgerelatedAA, title={Age-related antihypertensive and haemodynamic effects of verapamil SR: Clinical results and effects on atrial natriuretic peptide}, author={Roberto Antonicelli and Pia Francesca Tomassini and Prima Galletti and Claudia Gambini and Mario A Marini and Lorena Amadio and Enrico Paciaroni}, journal={European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology}, year={1990}, volume={39}, pages={S29-S33} }