Responses of catecholamines and blood pressure to beta-blockade in diuretic-treated patients with essential hypertension

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Twenty patients (mean age 49±4 (SEM) yr) with mild to moderate essential hypertension were studied during placebo conditions, following 6 weeks of chlorthalidone monotherapy and 6 to 28 weeks of combined beta-blocker-chlorthalidone treatment, or vice versa. Compared to chlorthalidone therapy alone, addition of a beta-blocker to this diuretic caused a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01721584

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@article{Meier1982ResponsesOC, title={Responses of catecholamines and blood pressure to beta-blockade in diuretic-treated patients with essential hypertension}, author={Andreas Meier and Prof. Dr. Peter Weidmann and Walter H. Ziegler}, journal={Klinische Wochenschrift}, year={1982}, volume={60}, pages={27-32} }