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Association of obesity and the development of cardiac arrhythmias. 2 Morbid obesity (defined as BMI > 35 kg/m ) potentially causes a wide range of alterations in heart performance, including changes in cardiac hemodynamics, left ventricular function,

Association of obesity and the development of cardiac arrhythmias. 2 Morbid obesity (defined as BMI > 35 kg/m ) potentially causes a wide range of alterations in heart performance, including changes in cardiac hemodynamics, left ventricular function,

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