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PROPRANOLOL (INDERAL) IN DISTURBANCES OF CARDIAC RHYTHM

British Medical Journal

Apr 3, 1965

Derek John RowlandsP MARKMAN

PMID: 14257400

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Pharmacotherapy
Persistent Ostium Primum
Coronary Heart Disease
Tachycardia
Sympatholytic Effect
Atrial Fibrillation
Atrial Flutter
Rheumatic Heart Disease
Paroxysmal Reciprocal Tachycardia
Hyperthyroidism
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PROPRANOLOL (INDERAL) IN DISTURBANCES OF CARDIAC RHYTHM

British Medical Journal

Apr 3, 1965

Derek John RowlandsP MARKMAN

PMID: 14257400

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Abstract

No abstract listed.

Mentioned in this Paper

Pharmacotherapy
Persistent Ostium Primum
Coronary Heart Disease
Tachycardia
Sympatholytic Effect

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