Sistema de Información Esencial en Terapéutica y Salud

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Sheppard JP, Stevens S, Stevens R, Martin U, Mant J, Richard Hobbs FD, McManus RJ. Benefits and harms of antihypertensive treatment in low-risk patients with mild hypertension. JAMA Intern Med 2018:29 de octubre. [Ref.ID 102837]
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Stevens SL, Wood S, Koshiaris C, Law K, Glasziou P, Stevens RJ, McManus RJ. Blood pressure variability and cardiovascular disease: systematic review and meta-analysis. BMJ 2016;354:i4098. [Ref.ID 100603]
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McManus RJ, Mant J. Management of blood pressure in primary care. BMJ 2009;338:1219-20. [Ref.ID 85955]
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McManus RJ, Mant J, Roalfe A, Oakes RA, Bryan S, Pattison HM, Hobbs FDR. Targets and self monitoring in hypertension: randomised controlled trial and cost effectiveness analysis. BMJ 2005;331:493-6. [Ref.ID 74732]
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McManus RJ, Mant J, Meulendijks CFM, Salter RA, Pattison H M, Roalfe A K, Hobbs FDR, on behalf of the Midlands Research Practice Consortium. Comparison of estimates and calculations of risk of coronary heart disease by doctors and nurses using different calculation tools in general practice: cross sectional study. BMJ 2002;324:459-64. [Ref.ID 60586]
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Delaney BC, Hyde CJ, McManus RJ, Wilson S, Fizmaurice DA, Jowett S, Tobias R, Thorpe GH, Hobbs FDR. Systematic review of near patient test evaluations in primary care. BMJ 1999;319:824-7. [Ref.ID 46997]
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McManus RJ, Wilson S, Delaney BC, Fitzmaurice DA, Tobias RS, Jowett S, Hobbs FDR, Hyde CJ. Usefulness of contacting other experts when conducting literature searches. Authors' reply. BMJ 1999;319:260. [Ref.ID 46133]
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McManus RJ, Wilson S, Delaney BC, Fitzmaurice DA, Hyde CJ, Tobias RS, Jowett S, Hobbs FDR. Review of the usefulness of contacting other experts when conducting a literature search for systematic reviews. BMJ 1998;317:1562-3. [Ref.ID 41928]
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