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Effectiveness Evaluation of Drug Compliance Health Education for Hypertensive Patients in Qiqihar City

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DOI: 10.25236/ibmc.2019.003


Jiahui Wu, Jinghua Liu, Jiang Jing, Li Gang

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Jinghua Liu


Objective: To explore the effect of health education on medication compliance of patients with hypertension. Methods: Patients with hypertension who can take care of themselves and have no complications of hypertension were randomly divided into the experimental group and the control group. After systematic and comprehensive health education was adopted in the experimental group, patients were given medication according to doctor's advice. After six months, the patient's medication compliance and blood pressure were compared. Result: The patients in the experimental group of health education had high medication compliance and good blood pressure control. The difference was statistically significant (P<0.05). Conclusion: Systematic health education for patients with hypertension can improve patient compliance and better control of blood pressure.


Health Education, Hypertension, Drug Compliance