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Sympathoexcitation increases the QT/RR slope in healthy men: Differential effects of hypoxia, dobutamine, and phenylephrine

Bibliographic reference Xhaet, Olivier ; Argacha, Jean-François ; Pathak, Atul ; Gujic, Marko ; Houssiere, Aanne ; et. al. Sympathoexcitation increases the QT/RR slope in healthy men: Differential effects of hypoxia, dobutamine, and phenylephrine. In: Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology, Vol. 19, no.2, p. 178-184 (2008)
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