Non‐compliance and knowledge of prescribed medication in elderly patients with heart failure

@article{Cline1999NoncomplianceAK,
  title={Non‐compliance and knowledge of prescribed medication in elderly patients with heart failure},
  author={Charles Cline and Agneta Bj{\"o}rck-Linn{\'e} and B Y Israelsson and Ronnie B Willenheimer and Leif Rw Erhardt},
  journal={European Journal of Heart Failure},
  year={1999},
  volume={1}
}
To determine the extent of non‐compliance to prescribed medication in elderly patients with heart failure and to determine to what extent patients recall information given regarding their medication. 
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