Hypertension

@article{Poulter2015Hypertension,
  title={Hypertension},
  author={N. Poulter and D. Prabhakaran and M. Caulfield},
  journal={The Indian Medical Gazette},
  year={2015},
  volume={66},
  pages={529 - 529}
}
Raised blood pressure is the biggest single contributor to the global burden of disease and to global mortality. The numbers of people affected and the prevalence of high blood pressure worldwide are expected to increase over the next decade. Preventive strategies are therefore urgently needed, especially in less developed countries, and management of hypertension must be optimised. Genetic advances in some rare causes of hypertension have been made lately, but the aggregate effect on blood… Expand
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