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Antman, E. M., Chadda, K. D., Kushnik, H. és mtsai: Transtelephonic ECG transmission for management of cardiac arrhythmias. Am. J. Cardiol., 1986, 58 , 1021

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Csaba Földesi, Attila Kardos, Attila Mihálcz, Zoltán Som, Gabriella Hódi, Péter Andréka, and Tamás Szili-Török

with atrial fibrillation: a novel technology for ablation of cardiac arrhythmias. J. Cardiovasc. Electrophysiol., 2001, 12 , 439–444. Rodriguez-Santiago A. Catheter cryoablation

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Introduction Atrial fibrillation (AF) is a very common arrhythmia following open heart surgery [ 1, 2 ]. AF takes place when irregular simulation is observed in atriums with no specific direction. In other words, the muscular

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Baldesberger, S., Bauersfeld, U., Candinas, R., et al.: Sinus node disease and arrhythmias in the long term follow-up of former professional cyclists. Eur. Heart J., 2008, 29 , 71–78. Candinas R

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Acta Physiologica Hungarica
Authors: N Szegedi, E Zima, M Clemens, A Szekely, RG Kiss, G Szeplaki, L Geller, B Merkely, Z Csanadi, and G Duray

arrhythmias-executive summary . Eur. Heart J . 24 , 1857 – 1897 ( 2003 ) 4. Cavaco D , Adragão P , Morgado F , Aguiar C , Chotalal D , Palos J , Bonhorst D , Seabra-Comes R : Electroanatomical mapping and ablation of atrial

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multifocal atrial tachycardia. Chest, 2000, 117 (1), 52–59. Huerta, C., Lanes, S. F., García Rodríguez, L. A.: Respiratory medications and the risk of cardiac arrhythmias. Epidemiology, 2005, 16 (3), 360

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679 Andrassy, G., Trummer, Z., Ferencz, G. és mtsa: Is neuroticism really associated with increased arrhythmia risk? J. Psychosom. Res., 2006, 61 , 847

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bromide in COPD. Chest, 2010, 137 (1), 13–19. 6 Wilchesky, M., Ernst, P., Brophy, J. M., et al.: Bronchodilator use and the risk of arrhythmia in COPD. Part 2

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Physiology International
Authors: Zs Major, R Kirschner, N Medvegy, K Kiss, GM Török, G Pavlik, G Simonyi, Zs Komka, and M Medvegy

). Some experts assume that (1) ERV 2–4 is a harmless ECG alteration; (2) however, others agree that ERV 2–4 may reflect right ventricular (RV) remodeling and may have causal role in malignant arrhythmias. (1) Studies dealing with ECG changes in

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AB, Lancey R, et al. Arrhythmias and conduction disturbances after coronary artery bypass graft surgery: epidemiology, management, and prognosis. Am Heart J. 1995; 129: 799

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