[The electrocardiogram of the long-lived. Observations gathered from a study of 190 subjects over 80].
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Mar 30, 1978
The Authors have examined the ECG of 190 older than 80 patients. The 5,78% have resulted "normal" and the 12,10% "border-line"; the disturbances of the excitability (67,36%) have been more than those of the conduction (31,04%) among which the Left Anterior Emi-block have been important (12,10%). The myocardial infarction has been infrequent (7,89%) where the Left Ventricular Hypertrophia has been the 20%; the left deviation of the ventricular complexes has represented the 61,57%, the synusal rhythm the 85,26%, the normal rate has been present in 79,47% of the cases.
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