PMID: 637972Feb 1, 1978

Potential candidates for pacemakers. Survey of heart block and sinoatrial disorder (sick sinus syndrome)

British Heart Journal
D B Shaw, C A Kekwick


No abstract listed.


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Nov 13, 1976·British Medical Journal·E Sowton
Jul 22, 1976·The New England Journal of Medicine·A J FairfaxA Leatham
Feb 1, 1974·Japanese Circulation Journal·S HosodaM Hori
Aug 24, 1974·British Medical Journal·D J Radford, D G Julian
Mar 1, 1973·Circulation·M I Ferrer
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