cardiology
Risk factors

Can deprescribing antihypertensives be done safely in the elderly?

Deprescribing antihypertensive medications in patients 80 years and over is feasible and noninferior to usual care after 12 weeks follow-up, a UK study shows. Oxford University ressearchers randomised 569 elderly patients with systolic BP <150 mm Hg and receiving at least two antihypertensive medications to removal of one medication or usual care in which there ...

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