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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.

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.

Patient discussion about escape

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• Increased Strength
• Decreased Body Fat
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• Increased Bone Density
• Decreased Risk Of Diseases

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Bruno Treipl was the last living member of a group of seven escapers who fled from British wartime internment in Dehra Dun, Mussoorie, India, and one of the four who reached Tibet.
Even so, the tunnel could not reach all the way to the distant tree line, which implied the escapers would have to make a run for it under cover of darkness.
Escapers who were re-captured were sentenced to some sort of punishment, such as being put into solitary confinement with only bread and water for up to a month.
The funeral service for Second World War RAF veteran and Great Escaper Jimmy James at St Peter's Roman Catholic Church in Ludlow, Shropshire; Squadron leader Jimmy James, and as a young flying officer.
Visitors were evacuated from the building as staff swung into action to recapture the escaper.
DARING PLAN: Gerry Kelly and fellow Maze escaper Brendan McFarlane
The drugs charge against the former Foreign Legionnaire and prison escaper was dropped, as revealed in last week's Sunday Mail.
Vanessa Markey, Tourism Irelands Head of Great Britain, said: Our latest campaign should prove to be a great way for us to reach a new audience in Britain, the customers of Secret Escapes, who include two of our key target segments, the culturally curious and great escaper holidaymakers.
His trip across the Channel earned him the nickname "The Great Escaper" and won him admiration at home and abroad.
After picking the brains of an ex-con and prolific escaper (Liam Neeson), the desperate spouse uses his wife's diabetes to provide a window of opportunity.
But to Buster, The Great Escaper, a five-foot fence is no problem at all.