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Ablation of an electrical storm in a patient with giant cell myocarditis using continuous flow left ventricular assist device and percutaneous right ventricular assist device



Ablation of an electrical storm in a patient with giant cell myocarditis using continuous flow left ventricular assist device and percutaneous right ventricular assist device



International Journal of Cardiology 209: 84-86




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PMID: 26882191

DOI: 10.1016/j.ijcard.2016.02.060


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