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This article is from Journal of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Research, volume 6.AbstractThe QRS represents the simultaneous activation of the right and left ventricles, although most of the QRS waveform is derived from the larger left ventricular musculature. Although normal QRS duration is



Author: Akgun, Taylan; Kalkan, Sedat; Tigen, Mustafa Kursat

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