Appendix A: Trends in Cardiovascular Diseases

  • Published 2001

Abstract

ANTIHYPERTENSIVE AGENTS. Effecta of treatment on morbidity in hypertension. II. Results in patients with diaetolic blood pressure averaging 90 through 114 mm Hg. Journal of the American Medical Asmciation 213(7): 1143-1152, August 17,197O. (64) WERKO, L. Prevention of heart attacks. A multifactorial preventive trial in Gothenburg, Sweden. Annals of Clinical Research ll(2): 71-79, April 1979. (65) WILHELMSEN, L. Risk factors for disease according to population studies in Gothenburg, Sweden. Paper presented at Skandia International Symposia, September 23-25, 1980. In: Boetrom, H., Ljungstedt, H. (Editors). Medical Aspects of Mortality Statistics. Stockholm, Almquist and W&sell Intemational, 1981, pp. 73-88. (66) WILHELMSEN, L., TIBBLIN, G., WERKO, L. A primary preventive study in Gothenburg, Sweden. Preventive Medicine 1: 153-180, March 1972. (67) WOLFF, F.W., LINDEMAN, R.D. Effecta of treatment in hypertension. Results of a controlled study. Journal of Chmnic Diseases 19: 227-240, March 1988. (68) WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION EUROPEAN COLLABORATIVE GROUP. Multifactorial trial in the prevention of coronary heart disease: 2. Risk factor changes at two and four years. European Heart Journnl3(2): 184-190, April 1982. (69) WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION EUROPEAN COLLABORATIVE GROUP. Multifactorial trial in the prevention of coronary heart disease. 3. Incidence and mortality results. European Heart Journal, in press. (70) WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION EXPERT COMMITTE E. Prevention of coronary heart dieease. World Health Organization Technical Report Series, Number 678, Geneva 1982,53 pp.

11 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{2001AppendixAT, title={Appendix A: Trends in Cardiovascular Diseases}, author={}, year={2001} }