Dtsch med Wochenschr 2011; 136(46): 2361-2366
DOI: 10.1055/s-0031-1292052
Übersicht | Review article
Hypertonologie
© Georg Thieme Verlag KG Stuttgart · New York

Blutdruckvariabilität

Diagnostik, prognostische Bedeutung und therapeutische KonsequenzenBlood pressure variabilityDiagnosis, prognostic implications and consequences for treatmentM. Middeke1
  • 1Hypertoniezentrum München
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Publication History

eingereicht: 20.9.2011

akzeptiert: 24.10.2011

Publication Date:
08 November 2011 (online)

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