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cardiac centre

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534Cardiac resynchronization therapy guided by cardiac magnetic resonance imaging: a prospective, single centre randomized study

Primary cardiac lymphoma: B- and T-cell cases at a specialist UK centre

Incidence of chest tube clogging after cardiac surgery: a single-centre prospective observational study

Three-dimensional printing in cardiac surgery and interventional cardiology: a single-centre experience

Microbiologically documented nosocomial infections after cardiac surgery: an 18-month prospective tertiary care centre report

193HIGH-EMERGENCY WAITING LIST FOR CARDIAC RECIPIENTS IN FRANCE: SINGLE-CENTRE EXPERIENCE

Prospective validation of EuroSCORE II in patients undergoing cardiac surgery in Argentinean centres

76Implantable cardiac device extraction in a non-surgical centre is safe and effective

Level of patient and operator dose in the largest cardiac centre in Greece

699 Single centre tertiary care experience of the Cardiac Resynchronisation Therapy Clinic

568 Redo cardiac surgery: is there an impact on heart transplantation outcome? A single centre experience

Subaxillary approach to cardiac electronic device implantation using a single surgical incision: a single-centre experience

33Different techniques of cardiac leads extraction: 17-years single centre experience

132Cardiac implantable electronic devices extraction: a UK single centre experience and review

 

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A mass of nerve cells in the medulla oblongata, which regulate the force and rate of the heartbeat to meet the varied demands of the body.

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