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NSRNew Source Review (air quality permit program of federal Clean Air Act for nonattainment pollutant)
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NSRNorske Samers Riksforbund (Norwegian: Norwegian Sami Association)
NSRNational Scouting Report (college athletics; Alabaster, AL)
NSRNetwork Storage Router
NSRNvidia Shading Rasterizer
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NSRNormal Sinus Rhythm
NSRNoise to Signal Ratio
NSRNet Smelter Royalty (mining)
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NSRNon-Significant Risk (clinical trial)
NSRNorthern Sky Research
NSRNo Signature Required (deliveries)
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
NSRNeutron Source Reactor
NSRNew Special Recovery
NSRNeutral Site Region
NSRNaval Staff Requirement
NSRNISN Service Request
NSRNo Specific Response
NSRNo Sign of Recurrence (oncology)
NSRNew Source Requirement
NSRNo Staff Responsibility
NSRNational Strategy Review
NSRNot Swap Related
NSRNetwork Storage Resource
NSRNatal Solvent Recovery (South Africa)
NSRNeck Support Ring (Bottling Industry)
NSRNo Stolen Report (used by police departments in radio communications regarding a vehicle)
NSRNon-Self-Recoverable
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The LV PV-loop in the normal sinus rhythm condition was the same as those in the RBBB and RBBB + CRT conditions.
ECG on admission: normal sinus rhythm and T wave inversions in anterior leads
Following treatment with isoproterenol, a normal sinus rhythm with a heart rate of 120/minute was reached; therefore, treatments were discontinued.
Normal sinus rhythm, especially in healthy young subjects, can be quite irregular, and on the other hand certain forms of arrhythmias are actually regular.
Her baseline 12-lead electrocardiogram showed normal sinus rhythm with normal PR interval and preexisting right bundle branch block with QRS duration of 138 milliseconds.
(14) identified normal sinus rhythm in 76%, sinus tachycardia in 9%, sinus bradycardia in 3%, ST-T changes in 4%, and premature ventricular beats in 1% of the 120 patients with Els in their study, while cardiac enzymes were elevated in only 4% of the patients and acute coronary syndrome did not develop in any of the patients.
In some rare cases, anesthesia may restore normal sinus rhythm before shock discharge [5-7], and also, it is not definitely established whether the technique of anesthesia influences the defibrillation threshold [8-10] and consequently the efficacy of the cardioversion procedure or, at least, the number of shocks and energy required.
Electrical cardioversion (DCCV) with concomitant antiarrhythmic therapy is a safe and effective technique to achieve conversion to normal sinus rhythm in patients with AF [3].
The patient had a normal sinus rhythm and no history of atrial fibrillation.
The pacemaker was subsequently removed at 4 years of age after resumption of normal sinus rhythm, however, he has retained epicardial leads.
Cardiac surgery--A spectrum of cardiac arrhythmias can be observed during the immediate period following the release of aortic cross clamp when myocardium is recovering from the ischaemic insult and regaining normal sinus rhythm. Surgical manipulation such as retraction of the heart during operation on beating heart, venous cannulation or taking sutures over the atrium can also precipitate arrhythmias.