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Hemodynamic evaluation of atrio ventricular sequential vs. ventricular pacing in patients with normal and poor ventricular function at variable heart rates and posture



Hemodynamic evaluation of atrio ventricular sequential vs. ventricular pacing in patients with normal and poor ventricular function at variable heart rates and posture



Journal of the American College of Cardiology 1(2 Part 2): 636




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