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Spontaneous atrial fibrillation after long-term transesophageal atrial burst pacing in rats. Technical and procedural approach to a new in vivo atrial fibrillation model

Alina Scridon, Marcel Perian, Teodor Grigoraş, Vasile Bogdan Halaţiu, Adriana Vântu, Alkora Ioana Balan, Ionela Alexandra Cosma, Asmaa Carla Barmou, Bogdan Andrei Finascu, Diana Lavinia Moldovan, Dan Alexandru Cozac, Răzvan Constantin Şerban

Correspondence should be addressed to: Alina Scridon

 
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Scridon A, Perian M, Grigoraş T, Halaţiu VB, Vântu A, Balan AI, et al. Spontaneous atrial fibrillation after long-term transesophageal atrial burst pacing in rats. Technical and procedural approach to a new in vivo atrial fibrillation model. Rev Romana Med Lab. 2018;26(1):105-11. DOI:10.1515/rrlm-2017-0041