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Accelerated cardiac escape rhythms caused by ouabain intoxication

The American Journal of Cardiology

Feb 1, 1974

Douglas Peter ZipesGordon W. Moe

PMID: 4129551

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Canis familiaris
Premature Cardiac Complex
Heart Block
Cardiac Arrhythmia
Vagus Nerve Structure
Ventricular Function
Electric Stimulation Technique
Ouabain
Cardiac Glycosides
Cardiac Conduction System
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Accelerated cardiac escape rhythms caused by ouabain intoxication

The American Journal of Cardiology

Feb 1, 1974

Douglas Peter ZipesGordon W. Moe

PMID: 4129551

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Abstract

No abstract listed.

Mentioned in this Paper

Canis familiaris
Premature Cardiac Complex
Heart Block
Cardiac Arrhythmia
Vagus Nerve Structure

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