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Left bundle branch pacing in patients with right bundle branch block

Kailun Zhu, Yali Sun, Binni Cai, Linlin Li, Guiyang Li, Jianghai Liu, Xingcai Wan, Dong Chang, Qiang Li
DOI: 10.33963/KP.a2021.0091
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Left bundle branch pacing in patients with right bundle branch block


Kardiologia Polska (Polish Heart Journal)


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Kailun Zhu
Yali Sun
Binni Cai
Linlin Li
Guiyang Li
Jianghai Liu
Xingcai Wan
Dong Chang
Qiang Li

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