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Iryo Yakugaku (Japanese Journal of Pharmaceutical Health Care and Sciences)
Optimal blood pressure (BP) control is extremely important because hypertension is a risk factor for stroke, and heart and blood vessel disease. We have been performing periodic health consultations with collaboration among pharmacists and physicians in a doctorless area. We here report three cases in which these consultations contributed to improvement in hypertension. The first consultation involved a woman in her 70s who feared starting an antihypertensive drug after hypertension had beendoi:10.5649/jjphcs.40.665 fatcat:v7xb7zx5qvdbdhf7iivvy6jxfm