Measures used in the prevention and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias

The New England Journal of Medicine
A J LINENTHAL, A S FREEDBERG

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Jul 17, 1952·The New England Journal of Medicine·F B CUTTS, B RAPOPORT
Mar 25, 1954·The New England Journal of Medicine·R KENNAMER, M PRINZMETAL
Apr 1, 1961·The American Journal of Cardiology·S MONTELLA
May 1, 1960·Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases·E S ORGAIN

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