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Sleep, dreams, and sudden death: the case for sleep as an autonomic stress test for the heart



Sleep, dreams, and sudden death: the case for sleep as an autonomic stress test for the heart



Cardiovascular Research 31(2): 181-211




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Accession: 033411310

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PMID: 8730394

DOI: 10.1016/S0008-6363(95)00211-1



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