The clinical significance of the repetitive ventricular response

M Akhtar


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Oct 5, 1978·The New England Journal of Medicine·H L GreeneA H Schaeffer
Dec 1, 1977·The American Journal of Cardiology·C P ReddyA H Calon
Dec 1, 1974·Circulation·M AkhtarG Vargas
Feb 1, 1980·The American Journal of Cardiology·H L GreeneA H Schaeffer
Jul 1, 1980·American Heart Journal·A FarshidiM E Josephson

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Jan 1, 1984·Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences·G H BardyJ J Gallagher
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