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Effect of lidocaine and quinidine on steady-state characteristics and recovery kinetics of (dV/dt)max in guinea pig ventricular myocardium
The dependence of plateau currents in cardiac Purkinje fibres on the interval between action potentials
Slow ventricular activation in acute myocardial infarction. A source of re-entrant premature ventricular contractions
Ventricular conduction delay and arrhythmias during regional hyperkalemia in the dog. Electrical and myocardial ion alterations
The electrophysiologic effects of low and high digoxin concentrations on isolated mammalian cardiac tissue: reversal by digoxin-specific antibody
Spread of excitation in the atrioventricular node of isolated rabbit hearts studied by multiple microelectrode recording
Calcium current channels induced by catecholamines in chick embryonic hearts whose fast sodium channels are blocked by tetrodotoxin or elevated potassium
Adrenaline and the plateau phase of the cardiac action potential. Importance of Ca++, Na+ and K+ conductance
Differentiation of the transmembrane Na and Ca channels in mammalian cardiac fibres by the use of specific inhibitors
Ultrastructure of the atrial, ventricular, and Purkinje cell, with special reference to the genesis of arrhythmias
Correlation between effects of ouabain on the canine electrocardiogram and transmembrane potentials of isolated Purkinje fibers
Effects of noradrenaline and isoprenaline, in combination with - and -receptor blocking substances, on the action potential of cardiac Purkinje fibres
Mechanisms of digitalis toxicity. Effects of ouabain on phase four of canine Purkinje fiber transmembrane potentials
Action of manganese ions and tetrodotoxin on atrioventricular nodal transmembrane potentials in isolated rabbit hearts
Anoxic atrial and ventricular muscle electrical activity, cell potassium, and metabolism: a comparative study
Conduction block associated with transient depolarizations induced by acetylstrophanthidin in isolated canine Purkinje fibers
Transient depolarizations induced by acetylstrophanthidin in specialized tissue of dog atrium and ventricle
Mapping of left ventricular blood flow with radioactive microspheres in experimental coronary artery occlusion
The electrophysiologic time-course of acute myocardial ischemia and the effects of early coronary artery reperfusion
Effect of calcium on acetylstrophanthidin-induced transient depolarizations in canine Purkinje tissue
Spontaneous and induced cardiac arrhythmias in subendocardial Purkinje fibers surviving extensive myocardial infarction in dogs
Evidence of non-specificity of the Ca channel in mammalian myocardial fibre membranes. Substitution of Ca by Sr, Ba or Mg as charge carriers
Interchangeability of Ca ions and Sr ions as charge carriers of the slow inward current in mammalian myocardial fibres
Effects of agents which inhibit the slow channel on sinus node automaticity and atrioventricular conduction in the dog
Effect of verapamil on the noraml action potential and on a calcium-dependent slow response of canine cardiac Purkinje fibers
Effect of temperature on isoprenaline- and barium-induced slow action potentials in guinea-pig ventricular strips
Circadian variation in the effects of aldosterone blockade on heart rate variability and QT dispersion in congestive heart failure
Increasing plasma potassium with amiloride shortens the QT interval and reduces ventricular extrasystoles but does not change endothelial function or heart rate variability in chronic heart failure
Pacemaker Wenckebach secondary to variable latency: an unusual form of hyperkalemic pacemaker exit block
Effects of peroral magnesium on plasma and skeletal muscle electrolytes in patients on long-term diuretic therapy
Postoperative arrhythmias and myocardial electrolytes in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass grafting
Locomotor responses and neuron excitability in conditions of haloperidol blockade of dopamine in invertebrates and vertebrates
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