Community medicine in the primary health sector. II. The distribution of blood-pressure as a risk factor, a community diagnosis

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Community medicine in the primary health sector. II. The distribution of blood-pressure as a risk factor, a community diagnosis. / Saelan, H.; Krasnik, A.; Kempinski, R.

I: Ugeskrift for Laeger, Bind 141, Nr. 1, 01.01.1979, s. 45-51.

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Saelan, H, Krasnik, A & Kempinski, R 1979, 'Community medicine in the primary health sector. II. The distribution of blood-pressure as a risk factor, a community diagnosis', Ugeskrift for Laeger, bind 141, nr. 1, s. 45-51.

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Saelan, H., Krasnik, A., & Kempinski, R. (1979). Community medicine in the primary health sector. II. The distribution of blood-pressure as a risk factor, a community diagnosis. Ugeskrift for Laeger, 141(1), 45-51.

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Saelan H, Krasnik A, Kempinski R. Community medicine in the primary health sector. II. The distribution of blood-pressure as a risk factor, a community diagnosis. Ugeskrift for Laeger. 1979 jan 1;141(1):45-51.

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Saelan, H. ; Krasnik, A. ; Kempinski, R. / Community medicine in the primary health sector. II. The distribution of blood-pressure as a risk factor, a community diagnosis. I: Ugeskrift for Laeger. 1979 ; Bind 141, Nr. 1. s. 45-51.

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