OTHER WORDS FROM pacemakerpacemaking, noun
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Claire happens to have a heart condition, as well as an attendant pacemaker, which will figure prominently and conveniently in the plot.The Gray Man Saps the Charm Out of Even Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling|Stephanie Zacharek|July 15, 2022|Time
He has other conditions that his Type 2 diabetes could exacerbate, including high blood pressure and supraventricular tachycardia, for which he needs a pacemaker.Type 2 Diabetes Remission Is Possible. Here’s How to Do It|Michael O. Schroeder|March 17, 2022|Time
Related to privacy is security — hackers can access data that’s locked away, or interfere with pacemakers and autonomous vehicles.Now that computers connect us all, for better and worse, what’s next?|Matthew Hutson|February 24, 2022|Science News
Medical devices, such as orthopedic implants, dental fillings, and pacemakers, could also contribute.COVID-19 is overcrowding cemeteries and causing heavy metal pollution|Anuradha Varanasi|February 12, 2022|Popular-Science
Also, if you’re wearing a pacemaker, you’ll also want a smart scale that can turn it off.
In DBS, a neurosurgeon implants electrodes in the brain that attach to a “pacemaker” for the brain.The Burden Robin Williams Carried: Diagnosed With Parkinson’s and Depression|Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD, Tej Azad|August 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The inevitable result is that the shovels move with rhythmic precision, and the slowest man becomes the pacemaker for the rest.
Behind a rapidly spinning limousine pedalled a grotesquely humped bicyclist, using the car as a pacemaker.Pipefuls|Christopher Morley
Miami, which had clung tenaciously to second place, also under restraint, was now sent after the flying pacemaker with a will.History of the Kentucky Derby, 1875-1921|John Lawrence O'Connor
I'm not built for rapid work, but I guess I'll do with you for pacemaker.Motor Matt's Daring, or, True to His Friends|Stanley R. Matthews
Then one will come to grips with life, the pacemaker of style.Unicorns|James Huneker
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A group of specialized muscle fibers in the heart that send out impulses to regulate the heartbeat. If the heart's built-in pacemaker does not function properly, an artificial pacemaker may be necessary — a small electrical device that also regulates the heartbeat by sending out impulses. An artificial pacemaker may be placed inside the body surgically or may be worn outside.