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An electronic pill-container (mems®) adherence intervention program in an outpatient hypertension clinic is effective in lowering blood pressure

  • In: Community Pharmacy Section - Poster Session
  • At: Cairo (Egypt) (2005)
  • Type: Poster
  • Poster code: CPS-P-081
  • By: FIGUEIREDO, Hugo Filipe (Faculty of Pharmacy, Geneva, Pharmacy of PMU, Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland)
  • Co-author(s): Bugnon (Faculty of Pharmacy, Geneva, LAUSANNE, Switzerland)
    Burnier (Hypertension clinic, LAUSANNE, Switzerland)
    Favre (Faculty of Pharmacy, Geneva, LAUSANNE, Switzerland)
    Avenati (Faculty of Pharmacy, Geneva, LAUSANNE, Switzerland)
    Schneider (Faculty of Pharmacy, Geneva, LAUSANNE, Switzerland)
  • Abstract:

    INTRODUCTION Therapy effectiveness in hypertension can be assessed through the measure of office blood pressure (OBP) and its correlation with the level of drug adherence. AIM Correlation of patient adherence with OBP. Characterization of the long-term use of an electronic pill container (MEMS[RSYMBOL]) in an ambulatory hypertension clinic...

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