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CONTINUITY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH DECOMPENSATED HYPERTENSION

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Issue: 
7
Year: 
2016

A. Manoilov, Candidate of Medical Sciences South Ural State Medical University, Chelyabinsk

The analysis has shown that the information available in the medical records of cardiology departments and in the emergency call cards about the causes of essential hypertension exacerbations is not frequently handed over to the attending physician.

Keywords: 
cardiology
decompensated essential hypertension
prevention of hypertension exacerbations



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