Influence of long-term, low-dose, diuretic-based, antihypertensive therapy on glucose, lipid, uric acid, and potassium levels in older men and women with isolated systolic hypertension: The Systolic Hypertension in the Elderly Program

Peter J. Savage*, Sara L. Pressel, J. David Curb, Eleanor B. Schron, William B. Applegate, Henry R. Black, Jerome Cohen, Barry R. Davis, Philip Frost, W. Smith, Nelly Gonzalez, Gordon P. Guthrie, Albert Oberman, Gale Rutan, Jeffrey L. Probstfreld, Jeremiah Stamler

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