Hypertension

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Chief Editor Patrick Sanger
Created May 28, 2019
Last edited Jul 30, 2019
All contributors WikiVisor, Testuser, Testuser2, Psanger
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Organ system Cardiovascular
Medical field General Internal Medicine
Patient population Adult
Setting Outpatient
Type Diagnosis
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Subjective

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Objective

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Assessment and Plan

Other administrative stuff goes here

Patient information

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