Management of Hypertension, 8th ed. (2003)

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Author: Norman M. Kaplan, MD
ISBN: 0-917634-10-1
…a NEW up-to-date reference to practical issues in the treatment of hypertension patient

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Author: Norman M. Kaplan, MD
ISBN: 0-917634-10-1
…a NEW up-to-date reference to practical issues in the treatment of hypertension patient

1. Measurement of Blood Pressure General Information Adrenergic Inhibitors Beta-Blockers 18.
2. Definition of Hypertension Combined Alpha- and Beta- Blockers 19.
3. Types of Hypertension Mechanism and Evaluation Vasodilators Direct-Acting 20.
4. Primary Hypertension Calcium Channel Blockers 21.
5. Secondary Hypertension: Renal Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors and A-II Receptor Blockers 22.
6. Secondary Hypertension: Adrenal New Agents Vasopeptidase Inhibitors, Renin Inhibitors, Endotheilin Receptor Antagonists 23.
7. Secondary Hypertension: Estrogen and Pregnancy Choices of Drugs The Overal Therapeutic Plan 24.
8. Secondary Hypertension: Other Causes The Choice of First Drug 25.
9. Lifestyle Modifications: Dietary Non-Drug Therapy The Choice of Second and Third Drug 26.
10. Lifestyle Modifications: Other Step-Down Therapy / The Problem of Impotence 27.
11. The Decision to Use Drugs Guidelines for Drug Therapy Special Patients Resistant Hypertension 28.
12. Guidelines to Improve Adherence to Drug Therapy Children, the Elderly, and Blacks 29.
13. Thiazides Diuretics Diabetes, Dyslipidemia 30.
14. Loop and K+ Sparers Cardiac Diseases/Cerebral Vascular Disease 31.
15. Peripheral Adrenergic Inhibitors
(continued)
Renal Insufficiency 32.
16. Central Agonists Treatment of Hypertensive Crises 33.
17. Alpha-Blockers Reference Abbreviations 34.

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