Not Just 2:1 AV Block – Mobitz II?

Grauer, Ken
August 2011
Internal Medicine Alert;8/15/2011 Supplement, p120
The article presents information on interpreting an electrocardiography (ECG) readout, which shows features of both Mobitz I and Mobitz II.


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