¿Cuándo constituyen un verdadero riesgo? | 04 JUL 16

Urgencias hipertensivas en el paciente ambulatorio

Para los pacientes ambulatorios que consultan por un pico hipertensivo ¿Es más segura la derivación al hospital que el tratamiento ambulatorio de la presión arterial?
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