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  1. 1. 1 CURRICULUM VITAE Name: George Jesse Taylor IV, M.D. Office Address: VA Hospital, Cardiology Phone: 843-792-2579 109 Bee St. Charleston, SC 29401 Citizenship: United States Education: 9/1963 – 6/1967 University of Illinois/Urbana, IL A.B. (History) 8/1968 – 5/1971 University of Illinois/Chicago, IL M.D. Internship: Medical Internship The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 1971-1972 Residency: Medical Residency The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 1974-1975 Fellowship: Cardiology The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 1975-1977 Specialty/Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, June 16, 1976 (ABIM No. 55318) Subspecialty Board - Cardiology, June 20, 1979 (ABIM No. 55318) Licensure: Illinois, No. 036-060177 (1980 - Present) Virginia, No. 0101029775 Exp. 2/29/92 (good standing) North Carolina, No.18150 Exp. 1/31/94 (good standing) Maryland, No. D17991, Exp. 9/30/79 (good standing) South Carolina No. 19713 (1997-present) Military Status: United States Public Health Service Senior Assistant Surgeon 1972-1974 Faculty Appointments: Years Rank Department Institution 1977-78 Assistant Professor of Medicine Medicine The Johns Hopkins University College of Medicine
  2. 2. 2 Baltimore, MD 1978-80 Assistant Professor of Medicine Medicine Cardiology Division University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia 1980-1993 Clinical Associate Professor Medicine Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Springfield, Illinois 1993-97 Clinical Professor Medicine Southern Illinois University School f Medicine Springfield, Illinois July 1997- Associate Professor Medicine Cardiology Division 2000 Medical University of SC Charleston, South Carolina July 2000- Professor of Medicine Medicine The Medical University of SC present Hospital Appointments/Privileges, Other Experience: 1970 Research in Cardiology Department of Medicine University of Illinois 1971-74 Staff Associate National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina (Research in Cardiovascular Pharmacology) 1977-78 Assistant Chief of Service (Chief Resident) Assistant Professor of Medicine The Johns Hopkins Hospital 1980-1997 Clinical Staff, St. John’s Hospital & Memorial Medical Center Springfield, Illinois 1996-1997 Attending Physician, St. John’s Hospice Springfield, Illinois Chairman, Triad Institutional Review Board Springfield, Illinois 1997-present Medical Staff, the Hospital of the Medical University of SC Medical Staff, the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center Medical Staff, Charleston Memorial Hospital Teaching Awards:
  3. 3. 3 June 2006, Michael Assey Award for Excellence in Clinical Teaching (from the Cardiology Fellows) Spring 2006, nominated for the Golden Apple award by the 4th year medical students Membership in professional/scientific societies: Fellow, American College of Cardiology Fellow, American College of Physicians Fellow, American College of Chest Physicians Fellow, Society of Cardiac Angiography Council on Clinical Cardiology, American Heart Association The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association American Federation for Clinical Research COMMITTEES AND OFFICES: 1. Springfield Committee on Research Involving Human Subjects, 1982-1994. 2. Credentials Committee, St. John’s Hospital, 1986-1991. 3. Medical Executive Committee, St. John’s Hospital, 1992 and 1993. 4. Executive Committee, Council on Clinical Cardiology, American Heart Association, 1992-1994. 5. 1995 Volunteer Physician of the Year, Health First Community Clinic, Springfield, Illinois. 6. Medical Morals Committee, St. John’s Hospital, 1994-1997. 7. Clinical Efficiency Committee, St. John’s Hospital, 1995-1997. 8. Quality Assurance Committee, St. John’s Hospital, 1995-1997. 9. American College of Physicians, Governor, Illinois, Downstate, 1996-1997. Publications in Peer-reviewed Journals: (Abstracts, book chapters and presentations not included) 1. Taylor GJ, Harris WS. Cardiac toxicity of aerosol propellants. JAMA 1970; 214:81. 2. Taylor GJ, Harris WS. Glue sniffing causes heart block in mice. Science 1970; 170:866. 3. Taylor GJ, Harris WS, Bodgonoff MD. Ventricular arrhythmias induced in monkeys by the inhalation of aerosol propellants. J Clin Invest 1971; 50:1546. 4. Taylor GJ, Drew RT. Cardiovascular effects of chronic and acute fluorocarbon 12 exposures on rabbits. Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Conference on Environmental Toxicology, pages 117- 123, October, 1973. 5. Taylor GJ, Drew RT. Cardiomyopathy predisposes hamsters to trichlorofluoromethane toxicity. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 1975; 32:177. 6. Taylor GJ, Drew RT. Cardiovascular effect of acute and chronic inhalation of fluorocarbon 12 in rabbits. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1975; 192:129.
  4. 4. 4 7. Taylor GJ. Cardiac arrhythmias in hypoxic rabbits during trichlorofluoromethane inhalation. Arch Environ Health 1975; 30:349. 8. Taylor GJ, Lores EM, Clemmer TA, Drew RT. Cardiac depression by haloalkane propellants, solvents and inhalation anesthetics in rabbits. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol 1976; 38:379-387. 9. Drew RT, Taylor GJ. Cardiophysiological studies with stressed animals. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference on Environmental Toxicology, October, 1974. 10. Taylor GJ, Brenner W, Summer WR. Therapy of viral pneumonia in young adults. Chest 1976; 69:722. 11. Taylor GJ, Tucker M, Greene HL, Rudikoff M, Weisfeldt ML. Importance of prolonged compression during cardiopulmonary resuscitation in man. N Engl J Med 1977; 296:515-1517. 12. Hollis DP, Nunnally RL, Jacobus WE, Taylor GJ. Detection of regional ischemia in perfused beating hearts by phosphorus nuclear magnetic resonance. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 1977; 75:1086-1091. 13. Jacobus WE, Taylor GJ. Phosphorus nuclear magnetic resonance of perfused working rat hearts. Nature 1977; 265:756-758. 14. Hollis DP, Nunnally RL, Taylor GJ, Weisfeldt ML, Jacobus WJ.:Effects of regional ischemic and KCL arrest on the 31 PNMR of perfused heart. Biomolecular Structure and Function, New York, Academic Press, 1978, 207-215. 15. Jacobus WJ, Taylor GJ, Weisfeldt ML, Nunnally RL, Hollis DP. Rapid 31 phosphorus NMR of perfused heart. Ibid, 217-224. 16. Hollis DP, Nunnally RL, Taylor GJ, Weisfeldt ML, Jacobus WE. Phosphorus nuclear magnetic resonance studies of heart physiology. Journal, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance1978; 29:319-330. 17. Taylor GJ, Ruben R, Rudikoff M, Tucker M, Greene HL, Weisfeldt ML. External cardiac compression: a randomized comparison of mechanical and manual techniques. JAMA 1978; 240: 644-646. 18. Peters NL, Anderson KC, Reid PR, Taylor G J. Acute mental status changescaused by propranolol.. The Johns Hopkins Medical Journal 1978;143:163-4.. 19. Wei JY, Taylor GJ, Achuff SC. Recurrent cardiac tamponade and large pericardial effusions: management with an indwelling pericardial catheter. Am J Cardiol 1978; 42:281. 20. Humphries JO, Taylor GJ, Baird M, Schulze RA, Pitt B, Griffith L, Achuff SC. Ventricular irritability in the late hospital phase of acute myocardial infarction: relationship to left ventricular and coronary anatomy. In: Sandoe E, Julian DG, Bell JW, eds. Management of Ventricular Tachycardia - Role of Mexiletine. Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica, 1978: 487-496.
  5. 5. 5 21. Smith AT, Sack GH Jr., Taylor GJ. Holt-Oram syndrome. J Pediatr 1979; 95:538-543. 22. Humphries JO, Taylor GJ, Mellits ED, Pitt B, Schulze RA, Griffith LSC, Achuff SC. Predictors of clinical course after survival of myocardial infarction: Transaction of the American Clinical and Climatological Assoc 1980; 91:128. 23. Berger BC, Watson DP, Taylor GJ, Burwell LR, Martin RP, Beller GA. Effect of coronary collateral circulation on regional myocardial perfusion assessed with quantitative thallium-201 scintigraphy. Am J Cardiol 1980; 46:365-370. 24. Taylor GJ, Humphries JO, Mellits ED, Pitt B, Schulze RA, Griffith LSC, Achuff SC. Predictors of clinical course, coronary anatomy and left ventricular function after recovery from acute myocardial infarction. Circulation 1980; 62:960-969. 25. Beller GA, Watson DD, Gibson LR, Taylor GJ, Berger BC, Martin RP. Thallium-201 scintigraphy at rest in ischemia and infarction. Herz 1980; 5:86-92. 26. Gibson RS, Taylor GJ, Watson DD, Berger BC, Crampton RS, Martin RP, Beller GA. Prognostic significance of resting anterior thallium-201 defects in patients with inferior myocardial infarction. J Nucl Med 1980; 21:1015-1021. 27. Taylor GJ, Humphries JO, Pitt B, Griffith LSC, Achuff SC. Complex ventricular arrhythmias after myocardial infarction during convalescence and follow-up: a harbinger of multivessel coronary disease, left ventricular dysfunction and sudden death. Johns Hopkins Med J 1981; 149:1-5. 28. Berger BC, Warson DD, Taylor GJ, Craddock GB, Martin RP, Teates CD, Beller GA. Quantitative thallium-201 exercise scintigraphy for detection of coronary artery disease. J Nucl Med 1981; 22: 586-593. 29. Taylor GJ, Crampton RS, Gibson RS, et al: Prolonged QT interval at onset of acute myocardial infarction in predicting early phase ventricular tachycardia. Am Heart J 1981; 102:16-24. 30. Gibson RS, Taylor GJ, Watson DD, Stebbins PT, Martin RP, Crampton RS, Beller GA. Predicting the extent and location of coronary artery disease during the early post-infarction period by quantitative thallium-201 scintigraphy. Am J Cardiol 1981; 47:1010-1019. 31. Crosby IK, Wellons HA, Taylor GJ, Maffeo CJ, Beller GA, Muller WH. Critical Analysis of the preoperative and operative predictors of aortocoronary bypass patency. Ann Surg 1981; 193:743- 751. 32. Gibson RS, Crampton RS, Watson DD, Taylor GJ, Carabello BA, Holt ND, Beller GA. Precordial T-segment depression during acute inferior myocardial infarction: clinical, scintigraphic and angiographic correlations. Circulation 1982; 66:732-741. 33. Preis LK, Taylor GJ, Martin RP. Traumatic peri-cardiocentesis; two dimensional echocardiographic visualization of an unfortunate event. Arch Intern Med 1982; 142:2327-2329.
  6. 6. 6 34. Baker KM, Hess CE, Ayers CR, Johns DW, Mentzer RM, Wellons HA. Taylor GJ, Martin RP. Left ventricular mural thrombus in a patient with thrombocytosis and agnogenic myeloid metaplasia. Arch Intern Med 1981; 141:1527-1529. 35. Taylor GJ, Moses HW, Schneider JA, Dove JT. Treatment of acute myocardial infarction with intracoronary infusion of streptokinase. IMJ 1982; 162:27-31 36. Moses HW, Taylor GJ, Asali Z, Brewer TE. Coronary artery spasm causing myocardial infarction. IMJ 1983; 163:265-268. 37. Sellers TD, Gibson RS, Taylor GJ, Beller GA, Martin RP, Lockhart BM, et. al.: Relation of therapeutic response to nifedipine to coronary anatomy and motion of S-T segment during unstable angina pectoris. Am J Cardiol 1983; 75:57-64. 38. Cohen B, Taylor GJ, Graham DR, Myers RE. Unsuspected aortic valve vegetation in a patient with a heart murmur. IMJ 1984; 165:92-94. 39. Taylor GJ, Mikell FL, Moses HW, Dove JT, Batchelder JE, Thull A, Hansen S, Wellons HA, Schneider JA. Intravenous versus intracoronary streptokinase therapy for acute myocardial infarction in community hospitals. Am J Cardiol 1984; 54:256-260. 40. Kelly ME, Taylor GJ, Moses HW, Mikell FL, Dove JT, Batchelder JE, Wellons HA, Schneider JA. Comparative cost of revascularization: percutaneous transluminal angioplasty and coronary artery bypass graft surgery. J Am Coll Cardiol 1985; 5:16-20. 41. Wellons HA, Schneider JA, Mikell FL, Moses HW, Dove JT, Batchelder JE, Taylor GJ. Early operative intervention after thrombolytic therapy for acute myocardial infarction. J Vasc Surg 1985; 2:186-191. 42. Taylor GJ, Cohen B. Ergonovine-induced coronary artery spasm and myocardial infarction after normal delivery. OB-GYN 1985; 66: 821-822. 43. Mikell FL, Petrovich J, Snyder MD, Taylor GJ, Moses HW, Dove JT, Batchelder JE, Schneider JA, Wellons HA. Reliability of Q wave formation and QRS score in predicting regional and global left ventricular performance in acute myocardial infarction with successful reperfusion. Am J Cardiol 1986; 57:923-926. 44. Taylor GJ, Rabinovich E, Mikell FL, Moses HW, Dove JT, Batchelder JE, Wellons HA, Schneider JA. percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty as palliation for patients considered poor surgical candidates. Am Heart J 1986; 111:840-844. 45. Sutton JM, Taylor GJ, Mikell FL, Moses HW, Korsmeyer C, Dove JT, Batchelder JE, Wellons HA, Schneider JA. Thrombolytic therapy followed by early revascularization for acute myocardial infarction. Am J Cardiol 1986; 57:1227-1231. 46. Petrovich JA, Schneider JA, Taylor GJ, Mikell FL, Batchelder JE, Moses HW, Dove JT, Wellons
  7. 7. 7 HA. Early and late results of operation after thrombolytic therapy for acute myocardial infarction. J Thorac Cardiovas Surg 1986; 92:853-858.69:19-21. 47. Riseman JA, Graham DR, Kulkarni P, Mody N, Taylor GJ. Influenza A pneumonia. IMJ 1986;169:19-21. 48 Boblick JJ, Schneider JA, Khan N, Rahman H, Taylor GJ. Cardiac myxoma. IMJ 1986;169:5-6. 49. Taylor GJ, Malik SA, Collier JA, Dove JT, Moses HW, Mikell, FL, Batchelder JE, Schneider JA, Wellons HA. Usefulness of atrial fibrillation as a predictor of stroke after isolated coronary artery bypass grafting. Am J Cardiol 1987; 60:905-907. 50. Schulman SP, Achuff SC, Griffith LSC, Humphries JO, Taylor GJ, Mellits ED, Kennedy M, Baumgartner R, Weisfeldt JL, Baughman KL. Prognostic cardiac catheterization variables in survivors of acute myocardial infarction: A five year prospective study. J Am Coll Cardiol 1988; 11:1164-1172, 1988. 51. Petrovich JA, Wellons Jr, HA, Schneider JA, Kauten JR, Mikell FL, Taylor GJ. Revascularization after thrombolytic therapy for acute myocardial infarction: An analysis of 573 patients. Ann Thorac Surg 1988; 46:163-166. 52. Taylor GJ, Bourland M. Mikell FL, Moses HW, Dove JT, Riseman J, Korsmeyer C, Wellons HA, Schneider JA. Dubious reliability of Q-wave formation in predicting new regional left ventricular akinesis after coronary artery bypass grafting. Am J Cardiol 1988; 62:1299-1301. 53. Riseman JA, Taylor GJ, Graham DR. Myocarditis presenting as acute myocardial infarction. IMJ 1988;174:5-7. 54. Taylor GJ, Song A, Moses HW, Koester DL, Mikell FL, Dove JT, Katholi RE, Wellons HA, Schneider JA. The primary care physician & thrombolytic therapy for acute myocardial infarction: comparison of intravenous streptokinase in community hospitals & the tertiary referral center. J Am Bd Fam Pract 1990; 3:1-6. 55. Taylor GJ, Mikell FL, Moses HW, Dove JT, Katholi RE, Malik SA, Markwell SJ, Korsmeyer C, Schneider JA, Wellons HA. Determinants of hospital charges for coronary artery bypass surgery: the economic consequences of postoperative complications. Am J Cardiol 1990; 65:309-313. 56. Moses HW, Bartolozzi JJ, Koester DL, Colliver J, Taylor GJ, Mikell FL, Dove JT, Katholi RE, Woodruff RC, Miller BD, Kennedy KD, Nachtwey J. Reducing delay in administration of thrombolytic therapy for acute transmural myocardial infarction in the emergency room. Am J Cardiol 1991; 68:251-253. 57. Moses HW, Taylor GJ, Engelking N, Prabhakar C, Vallala M. Colliver J, Silberman H, Schneider JA. Effect of a two year public education campaign on reducing response time of patients suffering symptoms of myocardial infarction. M J Cardiol 1991; 68:249-251. 58. Taylor GJ, Moses HW, Katholi RE, Korsmeyer C, Kolm P, Dove JT, Mikell FL, Sutton JM,
  8. 8. 8 Wellons HA, Schneider JA. Six-year survival after coronary thrombolysis and early revascularization for acute myocardial infarction. Am J Cardiol 1992; 70:26-30. 59. Kalbfleisch J, Thadani U, Littlejohn JK, Brown G, Magorien R, Kutcher M, Taylor GJ, Maddox WT, Campbell WB, Perry Jr, J, Spann JF, Vetrovec G, Kent R, Armstrong PW. Evaluation of a prolonged infusion of recombinant tissue-type plasminogen activator (duteplaste) in preventing reocclusion following successful thrombolysis in acute myocardial infarction. Am J Cardiol 1992; 69:1120-1127. 60. Taylor GJ, Katholi RE, Womack KA, Moses HW, Wood WT. Increased incidence of silent ischemia after acute myocardial infarction. JAMA 1992; 268: No.11, 1448-1450. 61. Katholi RE, Taylor GJ, Woods WT, Womack KA, Katholi CR, McCann WP, Moses HW, Dove JT, Mikell FL, Woodruff RC, Miller BD, Schneider JA. Nephrotoxicity of nonionic low- osmolality versus ionic high-osmolality contrast media: a prospective double-blind randomized comparison in human beings. Radiology 1993; 186:183-187. 62. Kalbfleisch, J.M., Kurnik, P.B., Thadani, U.,DeWood, M.A., Kent, R., Magorien, R.H., Jain, A.C., Spaccavento, L.J., Morris, D.L., Taylor, G.J., Perry, J.M., Kutcher, M.A., Gorfinkel, H.J., and LittleJohn, J.K. for the Burroughs Wellcome Study Group: Myocardial infarct artery patency and reocclusion rates after treatment with Duteplase at the dose used in the international study of infarct survival-3. Am J Cardiol 71: 386-392, 1993. 63. Taylor, G.J., Moses, H.W., Koester, D., Colliver, J.A., Katholi, R.E., Dove, J.T., Woodruff, R.C., Mikell, F.L., Becker, L.C., Sheehan, F.H., Woods, W.T., Hamm, D.P., Wellons, H.A., and Schneider, J.A.: A difference between front-loaded streptokinase and standard-dose recombinant tissue-type plasminogen activator in preserving left ventricular function after acute myocardial infarction (The Central Illinois Thrombolytic Therapy Study). Am J Cardiol 72: 1010-1014, 1993. 64. Brodle, B.R., Grines, C.L., Ivanhoe, R., Knopf, W., Taylor, G.J., O’Keefe, J., Weintraub, R.A., Berdan, L.D., Tcheng, J.E., Woodlief, L.H., Califf, R., O’Neill, W.W.: Six-Month clinical and angiographic follow up after direct angioplasty for acute myocardial infarction. Circulation 90: No. 1, 156-162, 1994. 65. Ohman, E.M., George, B.S., White, C.J., Kern, M.J., Gurbel, P.A., Freedman, R.J., Ludergan, C., Hartmann, J.R., Talley, J.D., Frey, M.J., Taylor, G.J., Leimberger, J.D., Owens, P.M., Lee, K.L., Stack, R.S., Califf, R.M. for the Randomized IABP Study Group. Use of aortic counterpulsation to improve sustained coronary artery patency during acute myocardial infarction. Circulation 90: No. 2, 792-799, 1994.
  9. 9. 9 66. Katholi, R.E., Taylor, G.J., McCann, W.P., Woods, W.T., Womack, K.A., McCoy, C.D., Katholi, C.R., Moses, H.W., Mishkel, G.J., Lucore, C.L., Holloway, R.M., Miller, B.D., Woodruff, R.C., Dove, J.T., Mikell, F.L., Schneider, J.A.: Nephrotoxicity from contrast media: Attenuation with theophylline. Radiology 1995: No. 1, 17-22, 1995. 67. Mark, D.B., O’Neill, W.W., Brodie, B., Ivanhoe, R., Knope, W., Taylor, G.J., O’Keefe, J.H., Grines, C.L., Davidson-Ray, L., Knight, D., Califf, R.M.: Baseline and 6-month costs of primary angioplasty therapy for acute myocardial infarction: Results from the primary angioplasty registry. JACC 26: 688-95, 1995. 68. Khardori, R., Taraben, A., Taylor, G.J., Falcone, M. Human growth hormone and congestive heart failure. Lancet 349: 1842, 1997. 69. Taylor GJ. Post MI risk stratification and treatment at discharge and beyond. Fam Prac Recert 1998; 20:43-57. 70. Katholi RE, Woods WT, Taylor GJ, Deitrick CL, Womack KA, Katholi CR, McCann WP. Oxygen free radicals and contrast nepropathy. Am J Kid Dis 1998; 32:64-71. 71. Katholi RE, Taylor GJ. Renal effect of low-dose dopamine in high-risk patients undergoing coronary angiography. Circulation 2000; 36:306. 72. Taylor, GJ. Physician as a serial killer (letter). N Engl J Med 2005; 353:430. BOOKS 1. Greene, B.M., Robertson, D., and Taylor, G.J.: Problems in Internal Medicine. University Park Press, Baltimore, Maryland, 1980. 2. Moses, H.W., Taylor, G.J., Schneider, J.A., and Dove, J.T.: A Practical Guide to Cardiac Pacing. Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Massachusetts, 1983. 3. Moses, H.W., Taylor, G.J., Schneider, J.A., and Dove, J.T.: A Practical Guide to Cardiac Pacing (2nd edition). Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Massachusetts, 1987. 4. Moses, H.W., Schneider, J.A., Miller, B.D., Taylor, G.J.: Cardiac Pacing (3rd edition). Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Massachusetts, 1991. 5. Taylor, G.J.: Thrombolytic Therapy for Acute Myocardial Infarction. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1992.
  10. 10. 10 6. Taylor, G.J.: Primary Care Cardiology, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1995. 7. Taylor, G.J.: 150 Practice ECG’s; Interpretation and Board Review. Blackwell Science, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1997. 8. Taylor, G.J.: Primary Care Management of Heart Disease. Mosby-Saunders Inc., St. Louis Missouri, (658 pp.), 2000. 9. Taylor, G.J.: The Cardiology Rotation. Blackwell Science. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2001. 10. Taylor, G.J.: 150 Practice ECG’s; Interpretation and Board Review (2nd edition). Blackwell Science, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2002. 11. Daniels JM, Kruse JE, Taylor GJ. Coronary Artery Disease and Myocardial Infarction. Monograph, Edition No. 270, Home Study Self-Assessment Program. Leawood, Kan: American Academy of Family Physicians, November 2001. 12. Taylor, G.J. and Kurent, G. A Clinician’s Guide to Palliative Care. Blackwell Science. Cambridge, MA, 2003. 13. Clyburn, B. and Taylor, G.J. Volume 1 of the Sleepwell Series: Adult Medicine and Cardiology. Blackwell Science. Cambridge, MA, 2003. (& editor of the 3 volume series) 14. Taylor, G.J. Primary Care Cardiology (2nd edition). Blackwell Science. Cambridge, MA, 2005. 15. Taylor, GJ. Boardbusters: Cases and Clinical Review. Blackwell Science, Cambridge, MA, 2005. 16. Taylor, G.J. 150 Practice ECGs (3rd edition). Blackwell Science. Cambridge, MA, 2006. Revised June 7, 2007

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