Hypertension – Example Exercises

The package Hypertension – Example Exercises consists of twenty-four example exercises designed to test the user’s knowledge of the pharmacological treatment of hypertension as recommended by the United Kingdom’s NICE Guideline NG136: Hypertension in adults: diagnosis and management.

Example exercises are interactive and make extensive use of multiple choice questions.

As the user works through an example exercise, the user needs to decide:

  • Whether the patient has hypertension
  • Where applicable, what stage of hypertension the patient has
  • Where applicable, what treatment the patient should have
  • When pharmacological treatment is required, what drugs the patient should be given

Product Code: COP009

Price: £300.00 p.a. (per institution)

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