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Plonsey R - - 1966
This paper is a critical summary of the implications of potential theory in electrocardiography with particular attention to the "inverse problem." It is emphasized that potential measurements on the human torso serve to determine only the multipole coefficients of the heart sources and that no additional information is available. An ...
FAWAZ G - - 1963
The effects of single doses of reserpine or of guanethidine in increasing the heart rate of the dog heart-lung preparation have been studied. Compared with reserpine, guanethidine increased heart rate more and more rapidly, and the increase lasted longer. When the effects of reserpine had subsided, guanethidine now caused a ...
GRIMLEY P M - - 1960
The fine structure of desmosomes and intercalated discs in the toad heart is discussed. A definite relationship between the dense components of these structures and the dense region of the Z band is demonstrated. The dense region of the Z band characteristically widens at its approach to the plasma membrane, ...
JENSEN D - - 1958
Certain aspects of the acetylcholine hypothesis of cardiac automaticity have been tested in vitro with spontaneously beating cardiac tissue from rabbits, rats, dams, and hagfish. The beat of atria from rabbits and rats may be depressed or excited by acetylcholine, depending upon the state of the tissue. Proguanil and cocaine ...
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