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Association between job strain and ambulatory blood pressure parameters

Els Clays UGent, F LEYNEN, Dirk De Bacquer UGent, M KORNITZER and Gui De Backer UGent (2005) Abstract book Spring Meeting The long-term approach in cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation. p.99-99
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Abstract book Spring Meeting The long-term approach in cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation
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99-99 pages
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yes
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C1
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307427
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-307427
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2005-05-23 10:26:00
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2008-02-22 22:56:50
@inproceedings{307427,
  author       = {Clays, Els and LEYNEN, F and De Bacquer, Dirk and KORNITZER, M and De Backer, Gui},
  booktitle    = {Abstract book Spring Meeting The long-term approach in cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation},
  pages        = {99--99},
  title        = {Association between job strain and ambulatory blood pressure parameters},
  year         = {2005},
}

Chicago
Clays, Els, F LEYNEN, Dirk De Bacquer, M KORNITZER, and Gui De Backer. 2005. “Association Between Job Strain and Ambulatory Blood Pressure Parameters.” In Abstract Book Spring Meeting The Long-term Approach in Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation, 99–99.
APA
Clays, E., LEYNEN, F., De Bacquer, D., KORNITZER, M., & De Backer, G. (2005). Association between job strain and ambulatory blood pressure parameters. Abstract book Spring Meeting The long-term approach in cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation (pp. 99–99).
Vancouver
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Clays E, LEYNEN F, De Bacquer D, KORNITZER M, De Backer G. Association between job strain and ambulatory blood pressure parameters. Abstract book Spring Meeting The long-term approach in cardiovascular prevention and rehabilitation. 2005. p. 99–99.
MLA
Clays, Els, F LEYNEN, Dirk De Bacquer, et al. “Association Between Job Strain and Ambulatory Blood Pressure Parameters.” Abstract Book Spring Meeting The Long-term Approach in Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation. 2005. 99–99. Print.