heart pacemaker


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heart pacemaker

[′härt ′pās‚māk·ər]
(medicine)
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Devices such as software-driven cancer theraphy machines, programmable heart pacemakers and automatic drug dispensers clearly fall into that category.
We are ready to roll up our sleeves and plow through the hard work to bring to market what we believe to be the most advanced and useful heart pacemaker ever invented.
LISBON Lion Bobby Lennox had a heart pacemaker fitted last night.
Mrs Hyslop says electromagnetic fields ( such as those generated by phone masts and large electricity pylons ( directly affect the device, which works on the same principle as a heart pacemaker.
She has a heart pacemaker and is under doctor's orders not to get too excited when 18-year-old Wayne scores a goal.
JAMES BOND star Roger Moore left hospital yesterdayafter undergoing surgery to be fitted with a heart pacemaker.
2: external heart pacemaker - 3 piecesPackage 3: X-ray camera mobile - 2 pcsPackage 4: pantomograf - 1 pcPackage 5: Flow-through device for heating liquids - 2 pcs
Leonhardt patented inventions include the first heart pacemaker able to recruit repairative stem cells to damaged heart tissue (MyoStim Pacers).
Albert, who gave up working his smallholding when he was 80, has carried on running despite being fitted with a heart pacemaker.
Since then, he has also had a heart pacemaker fitted, but said: "I'm really enjoying life.
Next morning, the lift doors jammed on my mum, just missing her heart pacemaker.
HEART pacemaker specialist St Judes Medical is moving its UK headquarters from Burnsall Road, Coventry to Stratford Business and Technology Park.