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PACE

abbreviation for POLICE AND CRIMINAL EVIDENCE Act.

PACE. A measure of length containing two feet and a half; the geometrical pace is five feet long. The common pace is the length of a step; the geometrical is the length of two steps, or the whole space passed over by the same foot from one step to another.

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The cardiac pacemaker market in Japan in the future is envisaged to augment at a CAGR of 13.
Although today's pacemakers are lifesaving electronic devices, they are limited by their artificial nature.
MATCHING PURR Ian and Snooks both needed a pacemaker.
Now we have pacemakers that are so small - not much larger than an antibiotic pill - that they can be attached directly to the inside of the heart, all the problems related to the old-fashioned pacemaker lead are abolished.
More long-term follow-up of these LEADLESS study patients will further our understanding of the potential advantages, benefits, and complication risks of leadless pacemaker technology, along with additional ongoing, larger trials," he said.
Previous efforts to generate new pacemaker cells resulted in heart muscle cells that could beat on their own.
PACEMAKERS in British and Irish racing continue to polarise opinion, but neither the BHA nor the Turf Club has any plans to review the rules on their use.
Sometimes, under unusual circumstances, a patient with a pacemaker can undergo an MRI, but according to the American Heart Association, each year an estimated 200,000 pacemaker patients are prevented from having that exam.
When Vera's heart goes too slow or pauses, then the pacemaker sends an impulse to the heart to remind it to beat.
Unfortunately, despite the known results of the adjustment of those parameters, it is well known that even in the US, only 43% of patients comply with the pacemaker follow-ups (8).
She had been treated for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation but developed facial flushing and sinus bradycardia when given amiodarone, requiring the implantation of a dual chamber pacemaker (Telectronics Tempo DR) in November 2001.
Of particular interest, this infection was also observed after pacemaker implantation.