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Patterns of cardiac output response to acute reduction of ventricular pre load and after load pressures



Patterns of cardiac output response to acute reduction of ventricular pre load and after load pressures



American Journal of Cardiology 25(6): 662-669




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PMID: 4911940

DOI: 10.1016/0002-9149(70)90616-8



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