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By Lawrence Rosenthal

Tightly equipped right into a super-condensed define bulleted structure, this convenient, pocket-sized handbook info exact, up to date details for analysis and remedy of Arrhythmias. through the ebook, tables and figures summarize vital scientific info and present specialist society ideas, whereas salient references direct readers to more information. present, fast, and concise, for fast entry within the ward or within the sanatorium!

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