Examples of pacemaker in a Sentence
has long been regarded as a pacemaker in home electronics
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The 30-year industry veteran had been hospitalized this spring following surgery for a pacemaker, and his battles with cancer and other ailments even led to a GoFundMe campaign to help his family cover hospital expenses.
The unit quickly assesses vital signs, interprets EKG’s and is also a pacemaker, Peterson said.
Hendel, who owns Gallery Art, which is in the same plaza as the massage parlor, said his dog — which has a pacemaker — followed a customer out and was alone for about seven minutes before Nunez came along.
While pacemakers generally drop out before the end of the race, Bannister continued on, reportedly beating the field by 20 yards, AP sportswriter Chris Lehourites recounts.
The newest, smallest pacemaker comes with no strings attached—literally.
In 2002, however, the Government Accountability Office studied purchases of safety needles and pacemakers in one metropolitan area and found hospitals that negotiated on their own often obtained lower prices.
The devices’ electrical impulses are generated by a pacemaker-like pulse generator implanted in the chest or torso, connected by wiring and powered by a battery.
The Scot had surgery to fit a pacemaker in 2004 after a heart irregularity was discovered and had a hip operation five years ago shortly after retiring from United.
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medical : a small electrical machine put inside a person to make the heart beat evenly
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