Critical rates in ventricular conduction. III. Simulation of ventricular tachycardia

American Heart Journal
H VESELL, L B KRAEMER

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References

Oct 1, 1944·British Heart Journal·W Evans
Jul 1, 1948·British Heart Journal·H Vesell, B Shorr

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Jul 1, 1969·British Heart Journal·N el-SherifA H Sorour
Jan 1, 1964·The American Journal of Cardiology·M L WAGNER, S R ARBEIT
Feb 1, 1962·American Heart Journal·H VESELLO TANNENBAUM

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