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Ventricular paired pacing to control intractable junctional tachycardia following open heart surgery in a child.

Bibliographic reference Sluysmans, Thierry ; Moulin, Didier ; Jaumin, P. ; Rubay, Jean ; Vliers, André ; et. al. Ventricular paired pacing to control intractable junctional tachycardia following open heart surgery in a child.. In: Intensive care medicine, Vol. 15, no. 3, p. 203-5 (1989)
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