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American internist and cardiologist, born 1927.

Bibliography

Barnard Tabatznik, Thomas W. Randall and Colin Hersch:
The Mammary Souffle of Pregnancey and Lactation.
  Circulation, Dallas, Texas, 1960, 22: 1069–1073

Bernard Tabatznik and James P. Isaacs:
Postpericardiotomy Syndrome Following Traumatic Hemopericardium.
  The American Journal of Cardiology, New York, January 1961 7(1): 83-96.

Philip Rodin and Bernard Tabatznik:
The effect of posture on added heart sounds.
  British Heart Journal, London, 1963, 25 (1): 69-80.

Morton M. Mower, Bernard Tabatznik, William S. Staewen, Barry M. Cohen:
A Practical Method Of Long Term Ecg Analysis.
  The American Journal of Cardiology, New York, 1967, 19(1): 143-144

Mottis N. Kotler, B ernard Tabatznik, Morton M. Mower
and Suketami Tominaga:
Prognostic Significance of Ventricular Ectopic Beats with Respect
  to Sudden Death in the Late Postinfarction Period
.
  Circulation, Dallas, Texas, 1973, 47: 959-966

C. D. Furberg, T. A. Manolio, B. M. Psaty, D. E. Bild,   N. O. Borhani,
A. Newman, B. Tabatznik, P. M. Rautaharju:
Major electrocardiographic abnormalities in persons aged 65 years
  and older (the Cardiovascular Health Study). The Cardiovascular Health
  Study Collaborative Research Group.

  The American journal of cardiology, New York, 1992, 69(16): 1329-1335.

J. M. Gardin, N. D. Wong, W. Bommer, H. S. Klopfenstein, V. E. Smith,
B. Tabatznik, D. Siscovick; S. Lobodzinski; H. Anton-Culver; T. A. Manolio:
Echocardiographic design of a multicenter investigation of
  free-living elderly subjects: The Cardiovascular Health Study
.
  Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography, St.Louis, 1992, 5(1): 63-72

T. A. Manolio; C. D. Furberg; P. M. Rautaharju; D. Siscovick; A. B. Newman;
N. O. Borhani; J. M. Gardin; B. Tabatznik:
Cardiac arrhythmias on 24-h ambulatory electrocardiography in older women
  and men: The Cardiovascular Health Study
.
  Journal of the American College of Cardiology, New York, 1994, 23(4): 916-925.

M. Mirowski and Bernard Tabatznik:
• The Spatial Characteristics of Atrial Activation in Ventriculo-Atrial Excitation
  Chest, Chicago, 1970, 57(1): 9-17.

A. Collado, M. M. Mower, B. Tabatznik: 
Left atrial parasystole. Chest, Chicago, 1971, 59(2): 214-216.

Elliott Antman,  James Muller, Sheldon Goldberg,  Rex MacAlpin, Melvyn Rubenfire,
Bernard Tabatznik, Chang-seng Liang, Fred Heupler, Stephen Achuff, Nathaniel Reicher,
Edward Geltman, Nicholas Z. Kerin, Raymond K. Neff, Eugene Braunwald:
Nifedipine Therapy For Coronary-Artery Spasm.
  The New England Journal of Medicine, Boston, 1980, 302(23): 1269-1273.

Edgar C. Schick, Chang-seng Liang, Frederick A. Heupler, Nicholas Z. Kerin,
Frederick R. Kahl, Kenneth M. Kent, R. Joe Noble, Bernard Tabatznik, Richard W. Terry:
Randomized Placebo-controlled Study Of Nifedipine In in patients with
  vasospastic angina
.
  The American Journal of Cardiology, New York, 1982, 49(4):  929-929

Edgar C. Schick Jr, C. S. Liang , F. A. Heupler Jr, F. R. Kahl, K. M. Kent, N. Z. Kerin,
R. J. Noble, M. Rubenfire, B. Tabatznik, R. W. Terry:
Randomized withdrawal from nifedipine: placebo-controlled study in patients with
  coronary artery spasm
.
  American Heart Journal, St. Louis, September 1982, 104(3): 690-697.

Teri A. Manolio, Curt D. Furberg, Pentti M. Rautaharju, David Siscovick, Anne B. Newman,
Nemat O. Borhani, Julius M. Gardin, Bernard Tabatznik:
• Cardiac arrhythmias on 24-h ambulatory electrocardiography in older women and
  men: The Cardiovascular Halth Study.
  Journal of the American College of Cardiology, New York, 1994, 23(4): 916-925. 

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