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Heart rate turbulence and death due to cardiac decompensation in patients with chronic heart failure

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Standard blood flow rates of cardiopulmonary bypass are adequate in awake on-pump cardiac surgery

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The number of heartbeats per minute. See also heart rate.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.


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