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Definitions for pacemaker
ˈpeɪsˌmeɪ kərpace·mak·er

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. pacesetter, pacemakernoun

    a leading instance in its field

    "the new policy will be a pacesetter in community relations"

  2. pacemaker, cardiac pacemaker, sinoatrial node, SA nodenoun

    a specialized bit of heart tissue that controls the heartbeat

  3. pacemaker, artificial pacemakernoun

    an implanted electronic device that takes over the function of the natural cardiac pacemaker

  4. pacer, pacemaker, pacesetternoun

    a horse used to set the pace in racing

Wiktionary

  1. pacemakernoun

    One who sets the pace in a race, to guide the others.

  2. pacemakernoun

    A set of nerves which stimulate the heart to beat.

  3. pacemakernoun

    A medical implement that is used to stimulate a heart to beat by simulating the action of the natural pacemaker.

  4. Etymology: : pace + maker

ChatGPT

  1. pacemaker

    A pacemaker is a small medical device that is surgically implanted into a patient's chest or abdomen to help control abnormal heart rhythms. This device uses electrical pulses to prompt the heart to beat at a regular, normal pace. Pacemakers are most commonly used to treat arrhythmias, which are problems with the rate and rhythm of heartbeat.

Wikidata

  1. Pacemaker

    A pacemaker or pace-setter is a runner who leads a middle- or long distance running event for the first section to ensure a fast time and avoid excessive tactical racing. Pacemakers are frequently employed by race organisers for world record attempts with specific instructions for lap times. Some athletes have become essentially professional pacemakers. A competitor who chooses the tactic of leading in order to win is called a front-runner rather than a pacemaker. Pacemakers may be used to avoid the tactics of deception that are possible in competition by those who, for example, race away from the start line, giving the other runners the impression that they are far behind. A trusted team of pacemakers who are paid to keep the runner at a speed that they can manage for the rest of the race become useful in such a situation. Pacemakers are also used on world record attempts in order to make sure that the runner knows where their invisible 'opponent' predecessor is at that stage of the race. Pacemakers serve the role of conveying tangible information about pacing on the track during a race. Pacemaking gained much usage after Chris Brasher and Chris Chataway successfully paced Roger Bannister to break the four-minute mile for the first time in 1954.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of pacemaker in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of pacemaker in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of pacemaker in a Sentence

  1. Ezio Rosato:

    This changes our view of the body clock from a pacemaker ... to a time reference system.

  2. Terri Mattula:

    That's urgent arrhythmia, if a person had that kind of block, within 24 hours they'd have a pacemaker.

  3. Terri Mattula:

    I get a lot of arrhythmia patients and there is a large amount of pacemaker work, explanted pacemakers are normally thrown away.

  4. James Simpson:

    He calls it [the pacemaker] his shark bite.

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