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Autonomic Neuromodulation through Devices for Hypertension

Atul Pathak, Benjamin Honton, Olivier Fondard, Nicolas Dumonteil, Didier Tchetche, Jean Fajadet

Citation Information : Pathak A, Honton B, Fondard O, Dumonteil N, Tchetche D, Fajadet J. Autonomic Neuromodulation through Devices for Hypertension. Hypertens J 2016; 2 (4):211-218.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10043-0058

Published Online: 01-06-2016

Copyright Statement:  Copyright © 2016; The Author(s).


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Pathak A, Honton B, Fondard O, Dumonteil N, Tchetche D, Fajadet J. Autonomic Neuromodulation through Devices for Hypertension. Hypertens J 2016;2(4):211-218.

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