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Effect of -adrenoceptor blocking agents on poststimulatory atrial flutter in the dog, with observations on the participation of adrenergic mechanisms in this experimental arrhythmia
Overdrive pacing for supraventricular tachycardia: a review of theoretical implications and therapeutic techniques
Atrial vulnerability and electrophysiology determined in patients with and without paroxysmal atrial fibrillation
Conduction properties of the inferior vena cava-tricuspid annular isthmus in patients with typical atrial flutter
The architecture of the atrial musculature between the orifice of the inferior caval vein and the tricuspid valve: the anatomy of the isthmus
Acute and long-term effects of consecutive radiofrequency applications on conduction properties of the subeustachian isthmus in type I atrial flutter
Factors determining clockwise and counterclockwise conduction patterns in atrial reentrant tachycardias: a rabbit model of atrial flutter
The Lambeth Conventions (II): guidelines for the study of animal and human ventricular and supraventricular arrhythmias
Fixed intercaval block in the setting of atrial fibrillation promotes the development of atrial flutter
A computer simulation study: the role of multiple wavelets, rotors, and snakes in initiation and maintenance of atrial fibrillation
Anatomic and electrophysiological differences between chronic and paroxysmal forms of common atrial flutter and comparison with controls:
Combined amiodarone and silymarin treatment, but not amiodarone alone, prevents sustained atrial flutter in dogs
Impaired longitudinal conduction in crista terminalis is necessary for sustenance of experimental atrial flutter
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