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A non-invasive index to identify ambulant patients with chronic heart failure at increased risk of sudden death; results of UK-HEART



A non-invasive index to identify ambulant patients with chronic heart failure at increased risk of sudden death; results of UK-HEART



European Heart Journal 23(Abstract Suppl.): 451, August-September




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