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Medical Therapy, Symptoms, and the Distress They Cause
Archives of Internal Medicine
Adverse events during drug therapy can be assessed through measurement of 2 features: their frequency and their severity. Their severity, in turn, can be measured by assessing the distress that they cause. Our goal was to relate the magnitude of the distress induced by treatment with calcium-channel blocking agents to the change in quality of life assessed through psychosocial instruments in patients treated with calcium-channel blocking agents, either for hypertension or for angina pectoris.doi:10.1001/archinte.160.10.1477 pmid:10826461 fatcat:56jbusngg5ebla3cwmlcbx7ip4