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  • Lowering blood pressure in primary care in Vienna (LOW-BP-VIENNA) : A cluster-randomized trial. [Journal Article]
  • WKWien Klin Wochenschr 2018 Aug 15
  • Rohla M, Tscharre M, … Weiss TW
  • CONCLUSIONS: In both groups statistically and clinically significant BP reductions were observed after 6 months. In the interventional care group, a larger proportion of patients achieved the office BP target compared to standard care. The 24 h ambulatory blood pressure levels were controlled in 44% of patients at 6 months, without significant differences between groups. The respective BP reductions were achieved with a significantly lower medication burden in interventional care.
  • Access to medicines for hypertension: a survey in rural Yogyakarta province, Indonesia. [Journal Article]
  • RRRural Remote Health 2018; 18(3):4393
  • Rahmawati R, Bajorek BV
  • CONCLUSIONS: These Indonesian participants obtained their anti-hypertensive medications from various sources; however, the inadequate supplies found in this study could compromise both short- and long-term management of hypertension. Direct dispensing, non-doctor prescribing, and self-medication with anti-hypertensive medications indicate the current complex healthcare system in Indonesia. This study also shows some challenges involved in managing patients with chronic diseases such as hypertension in resource-poor settings. It provides important findings for quality improvement practices that should be considered to improve the health lifespan in populous countries such as Indonesia.
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