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The electrophysiologic characteristics of the transplanted human heart

American Heart Journal

Jan 1, 1984

R S BextonA J Camm

Abstract

The electrophysiologic characteristics of the denervated human heart were assessed in 14 cardiac transplant recipients. Conduction intervals and refractory periods were measured at pacing cycle lengths of 500 msec and 400 msec. The faster pacing rate caused lengthening of the AH interva...read more

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NODAL gene
Interphase Cell
Cardiac Conduction
Transplanted Tissue
Structure of Atrioventricular Node
Autonomic Nervous System
Transplant Recipients
Refractory Period
NODAL
Electrophysiology (Science)
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The electrophysiologic characteristics of the transplanted human heart

American Heart Journal

Jan 1, 1984

R S BextonA J Camm

PMID: 6362380

DOI: 10.1016/0002-8703(84)90124-8

Abstract

The electrophysiologic characteristics of the denervated human heart were assessed in 14 cardiac transplant recipients. Conduction intervals and refractory periods were measured at pacing cycle lengths of 500 msec and 400 msec. The faster pacing rate caused lengthening of the AH interva...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

NODAL gene
Interphase Cell
Cardiac Conduction
Transplanted Tissue
Structure of Atrioventricular Node
Autonomic Nervous System
Transplant Recipients
Refractory Period
NODAL
Electrophysiology (Science)

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