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Published in Cardiology

Journal Scan / Research · August 14, 2019

The State of Hypertension Care in 44 Low- and Middle-Income Countries

The Lancet


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The Lancet
The State of Hypertension Care in 44 Low-Income and Middle-Income Countries: A Cross-Sectional Study of Nationally Representative Individual-level Data From 1·1 Million Adults
Lancet 2019 Jul 18;[EPub Ahead of Print], P Geldsetzer, J Manne-Goehler, ME Marcus, C Ebert, Z Zhumadilov, CS Wesseh, L Tsabedze, A Supiyev, L Sturua, SK Bahendeka, AM Sibai, S Quesnel-Crooks, B Norov, KJ Mwangi, O Mwalim, R Wong-McClure, MT Mayige, JS Martins, N Lunet, D Labadarios, KB Karki, GB Kagaruki, JMA Jorgensen, NC Hwalla, D Houinato, C Houehanou, M Msaidié, D Guwatudde, MS Gurung, G Gathecha, M Dorobantu, A Damasceno, P Bovet, BW Bicaba, KK Aryal, G Andall-Brereton, K Agoudavi, A Stokes, JI Davies, T Bärnighausen, R Atun, S Vollmer, LM Jaacks

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