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escape

 [es-kāp´]
the act of becoming free.
vagal escape the exhaustion of or adaptation to neural chemical mediators in the regulation of systemic arterial pressure.
ventricular escape extrasystole in which a ventricular pacemaker becomes effective before the sinoatrial pacemaker; it usually occurs with slow sinus rates and often, but not necessarily, with increased vagal tone.

es·cape

(es-kāp'),
Term used to describe the situation when a pacemaker defaults or AV conduction fails and another, usually lower pacemaker, assumes the function of pacemaking for one or more beats.

escape

/es·cape/ (es-kāp´) the act of becoming free.
atrioventricular junctional escape , nodal escape one or more escape beats in which the atrioventricular node is the cardiac pacemaker.
vagal escape  the exhaustion of or adaptation to neural chemical mediators in the regulation of systemic arterial pressure.
ventricular escape  the occurrence of one or more ectopic beats in which a ventricular pacemaker becomes effective before the sinoatrial pacemaker; it usually occurs with slow sinus rates and often, but not necessarily, with increased vagal tone.

es·cape

(es-kāp')
cardiology Term used to describe the situation when a higher pacemaker defaults or atrioventricular conduction fails and a lower pacemaker assumes the function of pacemaking for one or more beats.

escape

  1. any cultivated plant growing in the wild that is not well naturalized.
  2. any organism that is normally captive but which has been freed into the natural environment.

escape

the act of becoming free.

autoregulatory escape
after prolonged tissue hypoxia of shock, sympathetic-mediated vasoconstriction gives way to vasodilation in all organs.
vagal escape
the exhaustion of or adaptation to neural chemical mediators in the regulation of systemic arterial pressure.
ventricular escape
extrasystole in which a ventricular pacemaker becomes effective before the sinoatrial pacemaker; it usually occurs with slow sinus rates and often, but not necessarily, with increased vagal tone.

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