PMID: 4119817Mar 5, 1973Paper

Prognostic importance of premature beats following myocardial infarction. Experience in the coronary drug project

JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association


No abstract listed.

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Dec 1, 1983·Controlled Clinical Trials·P L Canner
Dec 1, 1983·Controlled Clinical Trials·R J Prineas, H Blackburn
May 1, 1995·Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology·A Bayés-GenísA Bayés de Luna
May 1, 1978·British Journal of Industrial Medicine·P J BaxterP M Cashman
Aug 1, 1979·European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·U KlotzP Heimburg
Jan 1, 1994·Annual Review of Medicine·K S Woo, H D White
Feb 9, 1975·The New England Journal of Medicine·W B Hood
Feb 12, 1976·The New England Journal of Medicine·D C HarrisonR A Winkle
Feb 10, 1977·The New England Journal of Medicine·B LownC E Gaughan
Oct 6, 1977·The New England Journal of Medicine·W RubermanS Shapiro
Sep 1, 1988·The American Journal of the Medical Sciences·M S Kremers
Nov 1, 1978·Psychosomatics·R A DeSilva, B Lown
Jan 1, 1982·Journal of Electrocardiology·S W Rabkin, M Ohmae
Aug 1, 1976·Journal of Chronic Diseases·W RubermanC L Feldman
May 1, 1984·American Heart Journal·J SteinB Lown
Jun 1, 1989·The American Journal of Medicine·B J LipworthA D Struthers
Jun 1, 1975·American Heart Journal·T WeissK Engelman
Mar 1, 1988·The American Journal of Cardiology·K M KesslerR J Myerburg
Jul 31, 1986·The American Journal of Cardiology·P K Whelton, A J Watson
Nov 1, 1980·Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases·M A Warnowicz, P Denes
Mar 1, 1974·Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases·M V Jelinek, B Lown
Jun 1, 1972·The American Journal of Cardiology·S TominagaH Blackburn
May 22, 1978·The American Journal of Cardiology·D C HarrisonR A Winkle
Jun 1, 1989·Disease-a-month : DM·M S KremersP J Wells
May 1, 1990·American Heart Journal·D A KirbyB Lown
Oct 1, 1980·Journal of Electrocardiology·P R Sharma, E K Chung
Dec 1, 1984·The American Journal of Cardiology·R J MyerburgA Castellanos
Feb 1, 1983·Clinical Cardiology·T SantosoN Abdurahman
Jul 1, 1984·Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·J C Somberg
Jan 1, 1982·Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences·R A DeSilva

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