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ВСЕРОССИЙСКИЕ КЛИНИЧЕСКИЕ РЕКОМЕНДАЦИИ ПО КОНТРОЛЮ НАД РИСКОМ ВНЕЗАПНОЙ ОСТАНОВКИ СЕРДЦА И ВНЕЗАПНОЙ СЕРДЕЧНОЙ СМЕРТИ, ПРОФИЛАКТИКЕ И ОКАЗАНИЮ ПЕРВОЙ ПОМОЩИ

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А. Ш. Ревишвили

Россия


Н. М. Неминущий

Россия


Р. Е. Баталов

Россия


М. Ю. Гиляров

Россия


С. П. Голицын

Россия


К. В. Давтян

Россия


Я. Ю. Думпис

Россия


М. В. Диденко

Россия


С. А. Зенин

Россия


Э. А. Иваницкий

Россия


В. Н. Комолятова

Россия


Л. А. Кравцова

Россия


С. Н. Криволапов

Россия


А. Н. Кузовлев

Россия


В. В. Купцов

Россия


Д. С. Лебедев

Россия


В. К. Лебедева

Россия


Р. М. Линчак

Россия


Н. Н. Ломидзе

Россия


Л. М. Макаров

Россия


Н. Ю. Миронов

Россия


М. М. Медведев

Россия


Е. Н. Михайлов

Россия


А. М. Недбайкин

Россия


Л. Ю. Нестеренко

Россия


А. Б. Романов

Россия


Ф. Г. Рзаев

Россия


Ю. А. Солохин

Россия


Р. Б. Татарский

Россия


М. С. Харлап

Россия


А. В. Чапурных

Россия


Н. Б. Шлевков

Россия


Ю. В. Шубик

Россия


К. э. С.м. Яшин

Россия


А. Ш. Ревишвили

Россия


С. А. Бойцов

Россия


С. П. Голицын

Россия


Д. Ф. Егоров

Россия


Е. В. Заклязьминская

Россия


В. А. Кузнецов

Россия


Д. С. Лебедев

Россия


Л. М. Макаров

Россия


В. В. Мороз

Россия


Е. А. Покушалов

Россия


С. В. Попов

Россия


М. А. Школьникова

Россия


Ю. В. Шубик

Россия


С. М. Яшин

Россия


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