Review: Hypertension, a health economics perspective

@article{Alcocer2008ReviewHA,
  title={Review: Hypertension, a health economics perspective},
  author={L. Alcocer and L. Cueto},
  journal={Therapeutic Advances in Cardiovascular Disease},
  year={2008},
  volume={2},
  pages={147 - 155}
}
The economic aspects of hypertension are critical to modern medicine. The medical, economic, and human costs of untreated and inadequately controlled hypertension are enormous. Hypertension is distributed unequally and with iniquity in different countries and regions of the world. Treatment of hypertension requires an investment over many years to prolong disease-free quality years of life. The high prevalence and high cost of the disease impacts on the microeconomics and macroeconomics of… Expand
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