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Response to the Letter to the Editor: Arrhythmias in the pediatric intensive care unit: a prospective study of the rates and predictors of arrhythmias in children without underlying cardiac disease

  • Gina N. Cassel-Choudhury (a1), Scott I. Aydin (a1), Henry M. Ushay (a1) and Scott R. Ceresnak (a2)
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Correspondence to: G. N. Cassel-Choudhury, The Children’s Hospital at Montefiore, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Critical Care, 3411 Wayne Avenue, Suite 806, Bronx, New York 10467, United States of America. Tel: +516 521 7597; Fax: +718 654 6692; E-mail: gcassel@montefiore.org

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Response to the Letter to the Editor: Arrhythmias in the pediatric intensive care unit: a prospective study of the rates and predictors of arrhythmias in children without underlying cardiac disease

  • Gina N. Cassel-Choudhury (a1), Scott I. Aydin (a1), Henry M. Ushay (a1) and Scott R. Ceresnak (a2)
  • In response to commentaries on:

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