The importance of controlled variation of cardiac rhythm need hardly be stressed. A successful solution of this problem would make it possible to control a number of pathological conditions such as auricular and ventricular flutter, extrasystole, and high- or low-frequency rhythms.
KeywordsCardiac Rhythm Sinus Node Heart Wall Maximal Zone Heart Contraction
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