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Published on 01.02.17 in Vol 5, No 2 (2017): February

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Works citing "Text Messaging to Improve Hypertension Medication Adherence in African Americans From Primary Care and Emergency Department Settings: Results From Two Randomized Feasibility Studies"

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  9. Márquez Contreras E, Márquez Rivero S, Rodríguez García E, López-García-Ramos L, Carlos Pastoriza Vilas J, Baldonedo Suárez A, Gracia Diez C, Gil Guillén V, Martell Claros N. Specific hypertension smartphone application to improve medication adherence in hypertension: a cluster-randomized trial. Current Medical Research and Opinion 2019;35(1):167
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  10. Levy PD, Burton JH. Whose Job Is it Anyway?. Academic Emergency Medicine 2019;26(5):584
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  13. Brody AM, Miller J, Polevoy R, Nakhle A, Levy PD. Institutional Pathways to Improve Care of Patients with Elevated Blood Pressure in the Emergency Department. Current Hypertension Reports 2018;20(4)
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  14. Morawski K, Ghazinouri R, Krumme A, Lauffenburger JC, Lu Z, Durfee E, Oley L, Lee J, Mohta N, Haff N, Juusola JL, Choudhry NK. Association of a Smartphone Application With Medication Adherence and Blood Pressure Control. JAMA Internal Medicine 2018;178(6):802
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  15. Persell SD, Karmali KN, Stein N, Li J, Peprah YA, Lipiszko D, Ciolino JD, Sato H. Design of a randomized controlled trial comparing a mobile phone-based hypertension health coaching application to home blood pressure monitoring alone: The Smart Hypertension Control Study. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2018;73:92
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