Examples of pacemaker in a Sentence
has long been regarded as a pacemaker in home electronics
Recent Examples of pacemaker from the Web
My father’s heart didn’t recover for long, battered by the eventual installation of a pacemaker, then by heart blockages and lung cancer.
There's the Swedish hospital where, in 1958, Rune Elmqvist implanted the first pacemaker, and the South African operating room where Christiaan Barnard performed the first successful human-to-human heart transplant.
Three days later, doctors removed part of his bowel to relieve an intestinal blockage and installed a pacemaker, Flair said.
This greatly simplifies battery-replacement surgery and could reduce complications associated with conventional pacemakers.
Senior pup with a pacemaker goes missing His owner's on a mission to find him.
He was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition and given a pacemaker.
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.
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PACEMAKER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pacemaker for English Language Learners
medical : a small electrical machine put inside a person to make the heart beat evenly
medical Definition of pacemaker
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