THE INTER-AURICULAR TIME INTERVAL

@inproceedings{Bachmann2004THEIT,
  title={THE INTER-AURICULAR TIME INTERVAL},
  author={George Bachmann},
  year={2004}
}
In 1910, Wybauw (1) and Lewis (2) working independently, demonstrated that in the mammalian heart, the point of initial excitation corresponds to the location of the sino-auricular node. This finding has been confirmed by Eyster and Meek (3) and others. Although Erlanger (4) and his co-workers have placed a different interpretation on the records of the above named investigators, the view is generally held that the normal seat of impulse formation, is the sino-auricular node and more… CONTINUE READING

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