Variability of blood pressure in ambulatory hypertensive patients: effects of verapamil on twice and thrice daily dose regimens.

Abstract

The antihypertensive effects of verapamil over 24 hours were assessed on twice and thrice daily dose regimens on 12 patients (25-65 years of age; mean age 50) with essential hypertension (WHO stages I-II) in a randomised, double-blind, cross-over trial. After a dose titration period starting with either verapamil 80 mg tid or 120 mg bid the patients kept… (More)

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