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Primary vagally mediated decelerations in heart rate during tonic rapid eye movement sleep in cats.
Role of the autonomic nervous system in sudden death.
Potent antifibrillatory effects of intrapericardial nitroglycerin in the ischemic porcine heart.
Effect of vagus nerve stimulation upon excitability of the canine ventricle. Role of sympathetic-parasympathetic interactions.
The effect of vagus nerve stimulation upon vulnerability of the canine ventricle: role of sympathetic-parasympathetic interactions.
Influence of beta 2-adrenoceptor stimulation and blockade on cardiac electrophysiologic properties and serum potassium concentration in the anesthetized dog.
Effects of adrenergic and muscarinic receptor stimulation on serum potassium concentrations and myocardial electrical stability.
T-Wave variability, the new microvolt "buzz" in arrhythmia risk assessment: any links to TWA?
Intrapericardial beta-adrenergic blockade with esmolol exerts a potent antitachycardic effect without depressing contractility.
Angerlike behavioral state potentiates myocardial ischemia-induced T-wave alternans in canines.
Usefulness of T-wave alternans in sudden death risk stratification and guiding medical therapy.
Digitalis drugs and vulnerability to ventricular fibrillation.
Antiarrhythmic drug effects on microvolt T-wave alternans: measurement nuisance or indicator of therapeutic action?
Intrinsic sympathomimetic activity and the effects of beta-adrenergic blocking drugs on vulnerability to ventricular fibrillation.
Neural influences and sudden cardiac death.
Effect of beta-blockade on quantitative microvolt T-wave alternans in 24-hour continuous 12-lead ECG recordings in patients with long QT syndrome.
Adrenergic beta Antagonists