atrial capture

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a·tri·al cap·ture

control of the atria for one or more beats after a period of independent beating, as in incomplete AV block or in junctional or ventricular ectopic beats or tachycardias by a retrograde impulse.
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ACM confirmed atrial capture depending on a stable sinus rhythm or a stable atrioventricular conduction (AVC), or it could not work normally.
The proposed methods allowed successful atrial capture in all patients with whom the standard bipolar transesophageal method was successful.
The Advisa MRI SureScan pacing system is the most advanced pacing system from Medtronic and combines for the first time MRI SureScan with key features from Medtronic pacemakers and defibrillator systems: exclusives such as MVP[R] (Managed Ventricular Pacing), OptiVol[R] Fluid Status Monitoring, and Ventricular and Atrial Capture Management (VCM and ACM).