NSR

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NSRNew Source Review (air quality permit program of federal Clean Air Act for nonattainment pollutant)
NSRNorth Staffordshire Railway (est. 1845; UK)
NSRNorske Samers Riksforbund (Norwegian: Norwegian Sami Association)
NSRNational Scouting Report (college athletics; Alabaster, AL)
NSRNvidia Shading Rasterizer
NSRNetwork Storage Router
NSRNon Shared Resources
NSRNormal Sinus Rhythm
NSRNoise to Signal Ratio
NSRNet Smelter Royalty (mining)
NSRNorth Sea Region
NSRNon-Significant Risk (clinical trial)
NSRNorthern Sky Research
NSRNatural Stress Relief (meditation technique)
NSRNew Silk Road
NSRNational Scenic Riverway
NSRNorton Save and Restore (software)
NSRNazi-Soviet Relations
NSRNASCAR SimRacing
NSRNational Security Review
NSRNemecká Spolková Republika (Czech: West Germany)
NSRNominal Slow Rate (US NASA)
NSRNational Soccer Ranking (Naperville, IL)
NSRNATO Staff Requirement
NSRNon-Stop-Routing (Avici)
NSRNational Security Research, iNC
NSRNormalized Stoichiometric Ratio
NSRNewcastle Student Radio (UK)
NSRNuclear Science Reference
NSRNot So Random (Entertainment Company)
NSRNegative Scrub Radius (vehicle steering)
NSRNorthside Security Response (Australia)
NSRNear Surface Repository
NSRNational Simulation Resource for Transport, Metabolism and Reaction
NSRNeutral Site Region
NSRNeutron Source Reactor
NSRNaval Staff Requirement
NSRNew Special Recovery
NSRNISN Service Request
NSRNo Specific Response
NSRNew Source Requirement
NSRNo Sign of Recurrence (oncology)
NSRNo Staff Responsibility
NSRNational Strategy Review
NSRNot Swap Related
NSRNetwork Storage Resource
NSRNatal Solvent Recovery (South Africa)
NSRNeck Support Ring (Bottling Industry)
NSRNon-Self-Recoverable
NSRNo Stolen Report (used by police departments in radio communications regarding a vehicle)
NSRNo Shipping Required
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If the cardiac functions of such patients are normal, they may be clinically monitored until normal sinus rhythm is restored.
Majority of the patients on ECG showed sinus bradycardia (37%) and normal sinus rhythm (48%).
In this particular case, it even enabled conversion to normal sinus rhythm during the ablation of the right superior pulmonary vein.
Treatment goals for AF include control of the rapid heart rate, restoration and maintenance of the normal sinus rhythm, and risk reduction of thromboembolism with anticoagulant therapy.
Choosing the right drug Without chronic antiarrhythmic therapy, only about 30% of patients with AF will remain in normal sinus rhythm after a year.
The treatment resulted in successful in utero conversion to normal sinus rhythm in 82% of the cases, including 80% of those with fetal hydrops.
His cardiac rhythm deteriorated from normal sinus rhythm to atrial fibrillation to progressive sinus bradycardia.
If normal sinus rhythm (NSR) was established within 24 hours, the intravenous (IV) infusion was continued for another 24 hours with concomitant oral amiodarone overlap.
The drug candidates show beneficial pharmacological activity in preclinical models, including the ability to protect normal sinus rhythm in hearts prone to develop arrhythmia.
sup][5] carried out a self-controlled study and reported that the DS (MV + ACC) response rates were perfectly correlated to normal sinus rhythm and there was a linear relation between heart reserve and metabolic reserve.
According to the company, Sotylize is the only sotalol oral solution indicated for the treatment of documented life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias and the maintenance of normal sinus rhythm in patients with history of highly symptomatic atrial fibrillation/flutter.