Non-adherence to anti-hypertensives high during pregnancy

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Pregnant women have poor adherence to anti-hypertensives, despite the risk of complications, study finds Pharmacists have a major role to play in educating women on the need to remain adherent to their anti-hypertensive medicines, say the authors of a new Australian study.   The observational study involved 100 pregnant women with either chronic or gestational hypertension,

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