December 1986
Angiology;Dec1986 Part 2, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p984
Academic Journal
The article presents a set of various questions based on the problems related to heart diseases and their cure. These questions are to be answered by circling the right answers given along with the questions. Some of the questions included in the list are: The congenital disorder with hereditary nerve deafness linked to a long QT interval is known as what syndrome?; Quinidine, procainamide, and disopyramide are subclassified as what class of drugs?; Class IV anti-arrhythmic agents consist of what drug group? etc.


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