Ablación de la unión auriculoventricular en la fibrilación auricular refractaria a tratamiento farmacológico

@article{Aracama2000AblacinDL,
  title={Ablaci{\'o}n de la uni{\'o}n auriculoventricular en la fibrilaci{\'o}n auricular refractaria a tratamiento farmacol{\'o}gico},
  author={Jose Manuel Porres Aracama and Ferm{\'i}n Alberdi Odriozola and Francisco Urra and P. Marco Garde and Y. M. Rekondo Andueza},
  journal={Medicina Intensiva},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={8-13}
}
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