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Aberrant electrical impulses that flow through the cardiac conduction system, which form the basis for some—if not all—supraventricular tachycardia

re-entry

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In cardiology, the cycling of an electrical impulse through conductive tissue that has been recently stimulated. This is the cause of many tachycardic heart rhythms (e.g., those originating in the atrioventricular node).
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Pero ademas, las mismas obras de arte ya son producidas solamente con meros intereses comparativos, el arte se ha vuelto una constante busqueda de observar re-entries. Por el lado de la religion, al observarse toda comunicacion como contingente, la religion se volvera una mera cuestion de opcion, al tiempo que la teologia --en cuanto forma reflexiva del sistema-- se vio discutida en su fundamento, perdiendo su autoridad (2007a).
A comparison of working memory errors (re-entries into arms from which the reward/sucrose pellet had already been retrieved) measured on day three and day four (described as test days in materials and methods) did not reveal a significant difference among the treatment groups [Day 3 F (2, 69) = 1.366, p = 0.262; Day 4 F (2, 69) = 0.036, p = 0.965] (Fig.
The strong effect of the unemployment rate on welfare returns in Nevada confirms earlier findings in other states that suggest the business cycle is critical in shaping re-entries to welfare (Carrington et al., 2002; Hofferth et al., 2005).
Conversely, Malcolm Denmark (Monsignor) and Peter Savill, who were dropped from the list in 2004 and 2005 respectively, are re-entries.
(73) Aliens placed in expedited removal are subject to mandatory detention, yet many of these individuals do not have criminal records, multiple re-entries, or other characteristics that would make them subject to mandatory detention absent expedited removal.
He adds that some distinct advantages include simplified tasks and enhanced organization for the processor without the need for multiple re-entries of data; time savings from an accounting standpoint when all bills originate from one vendor; and reduced product and service costs through volume discounts.
Space junk is less of a problem on Earth: "In the 45 years of re-entries, no one has ever been hurt by re-entering debris," Johnson said.
There were 56 re-entries and only 13 people have fallen off the list.
The other new entries to Travelscene's top 20 cities were all re-entries from previous years.
However, in the last decade, they've made several exits and a few quiet re-entries on several occasions.
The proportion of children having a probation-supervised placement experience increased as the number of re-entries to foster care increased (Figure 1).
It allows fast abdominal re-entries and is easily adjusted to accommodate changes in intra-abdominal pressure.