Trends in risk factor control in Germany 1984-1998: high blood pressure and total cholesterol.

Laaser U, Breckenkamp J (2006)
European Journal of Public Health 16(2): 217-222.

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Laaser U, Breckenkamp J. Trends in risk factor control in Germany 1984-1998: high blood pressure and total cholesterol. European Journal of Public Health. 2006;16(2):217-222.
Laaser, U., & Breckenkamp, J. (2006). Trends in risk factor control in Germany 1984-1998: high blood pressure and total cholesterol. European Journal of Public Health, 16(2), 217-222.
Laaser, U., and Breckenkamp, J. (2006). Trends in risk factor control in Germany 1984-1998: high blood pressure and total cholesterol. European Journal of Public Health 16, 217-222.
Laaser, U., & Breckenkamp, J., 2006. Trends in risk factor control in Germany 1984-1998: high blood pressure and total cholesterol. European Journal of Public Health, 16(2), p 217-222.
U. Laaser and J. Breckenkamp, “Trends in risk factor control in Germany 1984-1998: high blood pressure and total cholesterol.”, European Journal of Public Health, vol. 16, 2006, pp. 217-222.
Laaser, U., Breckenkamp, J.: Trends in risk factor control in Germany 1984-1998: high blood pressure and total cholesterol. European Journal of Public Health. 16, 217-222 (2006).
Laaser, Ulrich, and Breckenkamp, Jürgen. “Trends in risk factor control in Germany 1984-1998: high blood pressure and total cholesterol.”. European Journal of Public Health 16.2 (2006): 217-222.
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