Catherine D Jolma

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Sinus node recovery times have been used to evaluate sinus node function in adults and children. Normal values for corrected sinus node recovery time (CSNRT) are generally accepted as 275 and 500–550 msec in young children and adults, respectively. However, normal CSNRT values have not been determined for adolescent patients. Therefore, we mesured CSNRT in(More)
BACKGROUND Nicotine is known to have many physiologic effects. The influence of nicotine delivered in chewing gum upon cardiac hemodynamics and conduction has not been well-characterized. METHODS We studied the effects of nicotine in nonsmoking adults (6 male, 5 female; ages 23-36 years) using a double-blind, randomized, cross-over study. Subjects chewed(More)
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