Vol 27, No 6 (2020)
Study Protocol
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Pomeranian atRial flOw reguLatOr iN conGestive hEart failuRe (PROLONGER): Study protocol

Łukasz Lewicki12, Katarzyna Kosmalska3, Sebastian Liedtke2, Maciej Karwowski2, Janusz Siebert1, Robert Sabiniewicz4, Jakub Kiedrzyn2, Adrian Kot2, Marek Szołkiewicz2
Pubmed: 33140394
Cardiol J 2020;27(6):879-883.

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