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ACCT Amlodipine Cardiovascular Community Trial. A trial assessing sex- and age-related antihypertensive effects of amlodipine.
Conclusion Amlodipine is a safe and effective once-daily monotherapy for mild/moderate hypertension; amlodipine produced a goal BP response (sitting DBP ≤ 90 mm Hg or 10 mm Hg reduction) in 86% of patients, more in women, greater in patients ≥ age 65.
ACCT Cardiology A clinical trial–Amlodipine Cardiovascular Community Trial–that evaluated the effect of sex and age on response to the antihypertensive, amlodipine. See Amlodipine, Antihypertensive, Hypertension.
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For more information on the ACCT
, contact Ernie Malachowski at 303-431-9400.
chairman; Ray Taylor, ACCT
president/CEO; Gwen Stephenson, president of Hillsborough Community College; and Carl M.
This survey of 250 ACCT
leaders from the Southern and Northeast region, representing 21 states, provides the first such compilation of the goals and possible trends developing among community college administrators with regard to economic and workforce development.