Jan 1, 1973

Antiarrhythmic agents. I. Mechanisms of action and clinical pharmacology

Drugs
D T MasonR A Massumi

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Rhythmin
Quinidex
Tissue Membrane
Potassium
Refractory Period, Electrophysiological
Bretylium Compounds
Cardiac Depressants
Cardiac Conduction System
Electrophysiology (Science)
Heart

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