Chest pain, dyspnea and left bundle branch block: the key was in the simplest.

[Chest pain, dyspnea and left bundle branch block: the key was in the simplest]. Aten Primaria. 2019 Mar 09;: Authors: Fabregat-Andrés Ó, Margarit J, Valverde-Navarro AA PMID: 30862387 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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Conditions:   Exercise;   Damage Muscle;   Nutrition Interventions:   Dietary Supplement: Solution ingestion;   Behavioral: Constant load arm cranking;   Procedure: Expired gas sampling;   Procedure: Indirect respiratory calorimetry;   Procedure: Blood sampling;   Behavioral: Measure of maximal voluntary contraction force production;   Diagnos tic Test: Measure of muscle electrical activity (EMG);   Diagnostic Test: Measure of central and cutaneous temperatures;   Diagnostic Test: Meas...
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