Definition of 'pacemaker'
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She had surgery and has since had a pacemaker fitted. The Sun (2015)Some sufferers may need to be fitted with a pacemaker and defibrillator in the chest. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Not suitable for users fitted with a pacemaker. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was also fitted with a pacemaker. The Sun (2009)Doctors at one point feared she had a heart condition and fitted a pacemaker. The Sun (2011)He has been fitted with a pacemaker and is monitored regularly to detect any changes in his condition. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In 1999 he had a pacemaker fitted. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He retired at 24 and had a pacemaker fitted. The Sun (2016)The rhythm of a healthy heart is controlled by a natural pacemaker, sending out regular electrical impulses. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I had a pacemaker set up four or five years ago. The Sun (2009)I was rushed to hospital to have a pacemaker fitted. The Sun (2014)Do not use it if you or your partner has a heart pacemaker, defibrillator or insulin syringe driver. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Speculation about a future series grew recently when he was forced to delay a speaking tour of Australia to have a heart pacemaker fitted. Times, Sunday Times (2013)And if he had had a partially blocked artery diagnosed properly, he would have had a pacemaker fitted and would be here today. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sometimes, palpitations can be caused by problems with the heart 's internal pacemaker. The Sun (2015)Coolmore pacemaker Ice Dancer set a pointlessly fast gallop and was ignored. Times, Sunday Times (2006)More than 40,000 people a year in England have a pacemaker fitted to treat abnormal heart rhythms. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It's out at the end of this month - but is not suitable for anyone with a heart pacemaker. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Living with a pacemaker One month after you have had a cardiac pacemaker implanted you can lead a normal life, including driving. BMA Family Doctor Guide - Heart Disease (1989)THEN: Had just had a pacemaker fitted. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Since then I've had a pacemaker fitted. The Sun (2012)It is similar to a heart pacemaker, sending tiny electrical currents, which in some patients reduces physical tremor and restores control of the limbs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'pacemaker'
British English: pacemaker /ˈpeɪsˌmeɪkə/ NOUN
A pacemaker is a device that is placed inside someone's body in order to help their heart beat in the right way.
She was fitted with a pacemaker after suffering serious heart trouble.
- American English: pacemaker
- Arabic: جِهَازٌ لِتَنْظِيمٍ دَقَاتِ الْقَلبِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: marca-passo
- Chinese: 心脏起搏器
- Croatian: stimulator srca
- Czech: kardiostimulátor
- Danish: pacemaker
- Dutch: pacemaker
- European Spanish: marcapasos
- Finnish: sydämentahdistin
- French: pacemaker
- German: Schrittmacher
- Greek: βηματοδότης
- Italian: pacemaker
- Japanese: ペースメーカー
- Korean: 맥박 조정기
- Norwegian: pacemaker
- Polish: rozrusznik
- European Portuguese: pacemaker
- Romanian: stimulator cardiac
- Russian: ритмоводитель
- Spanish: marcapasos
- Swedish: pacemaker
- Thai: อุปกรณ์ไฟฟ้าที่ช่วยให้อัตราการเต้นของหัวใจสม่ำเสมอ
- Turkish: kalp pili
- Ukrainian: кардіостимулятор
- Vietnamese: máy điều hoà nhịp tim
Definition of pacemaker from the Collins English Dictionary
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