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Évaluation de l’activité du système nerveux autonome par la variabilité de fréquence cardiaque : méthode et intérêt

Garet M. Évaluation de l’activité du système nerveux autonome par la variabilité de fréquence cardiaque : méthode et intérêt. La Revue de l’Ostéopathie. 2011;4:23-8.

Henley CE, Ivins D, Mills M, Wen FK, Benjamin BA. Osteopathic manipulative treatment and its relationship to autonomic nervous system activity as demonstrated by heart rate variability: a repeated measures study. Osteopath Med Prim Care. 2008;2:7.

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