Differential effects of doxazosin on clinic and ambulatory pressure according to age, gender, and presence of white coat hypertension. Results of the HALT Study. Hypertension and Lipid Trial Study Group.

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In this study the effects of a single daily dose of doxazosin (an alpha-adrenergic blocker) given at night were evaluated in 112 patients with mild hypertension. Patients were studied first on no medication, and a second time after being treated for up to 16 weeks with doxazosin. Blood pressure (BP) was measured by noninvasive ambulatory monitoring at the… (More)

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@article{Pickering1994DifferentialEO, title={Differential effects of doxazosin on clinic and ambulatory pressure according to age, gender, and presence of white coat hypertension. Results of the HALT Study. Hypertension and Lipid Trial Study Group.}, author={Thomas G. Pickering and Marcia Levenstein and Phillip Walmsley}, journal={American journal of hypertension}, year={1994}, volume={7 9 Pt 1}, pages={848-52} }