TO STUDY COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS OF ANTIHYPERTENSIVE DRUGS

SACHIN GHOLAP

Abstract


Hypertension is not a disease in keeping with the scenario of most developing countries, India has long passed the stage of hypertension. It has crossed the dividing line in which it is a problem associated with individuals, and is now a very large public health problem, growing year after year. It involves a collective response which includes the setting up of a complete infrastructure which involves attention to prevention as well as making hypertension care "Available, Accessible and Affordable" to all persons with hypertension.

 

This explains the causes, the effects, the symptoms, the prevention and the treatment for hypertension. focuses on the objectives and the research methodology of the project study respectively. 


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