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Electrophysiological actions of mexiletine on isolated rabbit atria and canine ventricular muscle and purkinje fibres

Cardiovascular Research

May 1, 1979

Iwao YamaguchiWilliam J Mandel

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The electrophysiological effects of varying concentrations of mexiletine on isolated rabbit sinus node and atrial preparations. Purkinje fibres, Purkinje-fibre-ventricular muscle junction and distal conduction system ('gate') were studied in oxygenated Tyrode solution at 35 degrees C us...read more

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Structure of Purkinje Fibers
Oxygen
Refractory Period
Cardiac Conduction
Body Surface Area Formula for Dogs
Microelectrodes
Both Cardiac Atria
Novo-Mexiletine
Canis familiaris
Dog family
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Electrophysiological actions of mexiletine on isolated rabbit atria and canine ventricular muscle and purkinje fibres

Cardiovascular Research

May 1, 1979

Iwao YamaguchiWilliam J Mandel

PMID: 476749

DOI: 10.1093/cvr/13.5.288

Abstract

The electrophysiological effects of varying concentrations of mexiletine on isolated rabbit sinus node and atrial preparations. Purkinje fibres, Purkinje-fibre-ventricular muscle junction and distal conduction system ('gate') were studied in oxygenated Tyrode solution at 35 degrees C us...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Structure of Purkinje Fibers
Oxygen
Refractory Period
Cardiac Conduction
Body Surface Area Formula for Dogs

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Paper Details
References
  • References18
  • Citations13
12
  • References18
  • Citations13
12

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