PMID: 13651504Apr 1, 1959Paper

Further observations on coupled extrasystoles and automatic ventricular rhythms

British Heart Journal
A SCHOTT, D SCHERF

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

Sep 1, 1954·British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy·W L PERRY, H REINERT
Jan 27, 1956·The Journal of Physiology·J M MARSHALL, E M VAUGHAN WILLIAMS
Jan 1, 1957·Cardiologia : bollettino della Società italiana di cardiologia·D SCHERFD G CHAMSAI
Sep 30, 1957·The Journal of Physiology·J H BURN, M J RAND
Feb 1, 1951·American Heart Journal·D SCHERF, A SCHOTT
Oct 29, 1951·The Journal of Physiology·S WEIDMANN
Jan 1, 1950·Cardiologia : bollettino della Società italiana di cardiologia·D SCHERFK T SCHAEFFELER
Jul 15, 1937·The Journal of Physiology·A L Hodgkin
Jul 15, 1937·The Journal of Physiology·A L Hodgkin

Citations

Mar 1, 1959·The American Journal of Cardiology·D SCHERF, A SCHOTT
Sep 1, 1961·American Heart Journal·D SCHERF, C BORNEMANN
Sep 1, 1960·British Heart Journal·W Somerville

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