Andrzej Gluza

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BACKGROUND Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common arrhythmia encountered in clinical practice. The natural history of AF tends to begin with short paroxysms which gradually evolve into longer episodes, frequently treatment-resistant, and finally take a permanent form. It is a polyaetiological condition and single paroxysms may be caused by a variety of(More)
Seasonal variation in the occurrence of atrial fibrillation (AF) has been documented, yet precise mechanisms and factors underlying the phenomenon remain unclear. We have previously observed the decrease in the number of AF paroxysms between May and August, when sunshine levels were highest. The objective of the present study was, in turn, to determine(More)
Agro-meteorological quantities are often in the form of time series, and knowledge about their temporal scaling properties is fundamental for transferring locally measured fluctuations to larger scales and vice versa. However, the scaling analysis of these quantities is complicated due to the presence of localized trends and nonstationarities. The objective(More)
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