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Tachycardia by Takumi Yamada

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Tachycardia
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535104131
Number of pages: 202

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Tachycardias can be managed and treated by pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches. This book covers these concerns from basic and clinical points of view and will lead to a further understanding and improvement in the clinical outcomes of tachycardias.

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