Comprehensive individualised nonpharmacological treatment programme for hypertension in physician-nurse clinics: two year follow-up.

@article{Fuchs1993ComprehensiveIN,
  title={Comprehensive individualised nonpharmacological treatment programme for hypertension in physician-nurse clinics: two year follow-up.},
  author={Zahava Fuchs and J. R. Viskoper and Ingo Drexler and H Nitzan and Flora Lubin and Stefan Berlin and Miriam Almagor and L. Zulty and Angela Chetrit and Joseph Mishal},
  journal={Journal of human hypertension},
  year={1993},
  volume={7 6},
  pages={
          585-91
        }
}
A comprehensive programme of nonpharmacological control of hypertension (balanced nutrition, satisfactory weight, enhanced physical activity, relaxation technique, smoking cessation) by primary care physician-nurse (PN) teams who were instructed and routinely advised by a paramedical professional (PP) team (psychologist, nutritionist and physical activity instructor) was developed with the aim of increasing long-term compliance. To evaluate effectiveness, 52 mild and moderate hypertensives… CONTINUE READING

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