[Which role for calcium antagonists in the treatment of arterial hypertension after the ACCOMPLISH study?].

Abstract

The recently published ACCOMPLISH study concludes that the combination of a dihydropyridin calcium-antagonist (amlodipine) with an angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor (ACEI) is superior to the classical ACE-hydrochlorothiazide diuretic association in terms of cardiovascular risk reduction in high-risk hypertensive patients. These results contrast with… (More)

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@article{Mottu2009WhichRF, title={[Which role for calcium antagonists in the treatment of arterial hypertension after the ACCOMPLISH study?].}, author={Isabelle Mottu and A Perrier}, journal={Revue medicale suisse}, year={2009}, volume={5 221}, pages={2045-8} }