Twenty-one-year survival of primary hypertensive patients allocated to care in general practice or in specialized hypertension clinic. An observational study of 831 hypertensive patients.


After initial diagnostic and therapeutic assessment at a specialized hypertension clinic, 831 patients with primary hypertension were during a 15-year period allocated to continuing care management either by their general practitioner or by the out-patient department of the hypertension clinic. At a given date survival was assessed in the two groups… (More)


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