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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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Antony, whose previous fundraising events have included escaping a burning steel cage and wriggling out of a strait jacket suspended from a burning rope, said: "I'll take three or four weeks to recuperate and see what we do next."
When the design rules are conservative, escaping the large BGAs becomes the primary contributor to layer count, and just routing out of the array becomes a larger problem than ensuring the initial direction of the routes matches the direction of the netline.
News stories include detailed information, usually provided by correctional authorities at the time of the incident, about the dates and times of escapes, the number of inmates involved, escapee background, the means employed in escaping, whether anyone was injured in the course of the escape, behavior of staff during the incident, how soon escapees were captured, and other salient, qualitative information.
But the pay is good, and more than anything else at this point, Daniel feels like escaping his present situation.
(58) The court reasoned that such a risk existed because "the escapee, intent on his goal of escaping, faces the decision of whether to dispel the interference or yield to it." (59)
In this circumstance the wisdom of Prov 22:3 has validity: "The clever see danger and hide, but the simple go on, and suffer for it." We observed earlier that there were times, according to the Gospel of John, when Jesus acted on the wisdom of this passage from Proverbs; he avoided his enemies by hiding or escaping from them.
One year after escaping from slavery, Harriet Tubman returned south to guide her relatives to freedom.
``Because of her illness she has behaved violently towards us in the past - what is to stop other dangerous patients escaping?''
As Belafonte notes, there were "songs used to provide escaping slaves with information, to pass along warnings, escape signals, and the like, or to cover up clandestine, escape-connected meetings."
Kim Jong-wan, aged 73, was among 13 people who arrived recently in South Korea after escaping from North Korea, said the National Intelligence Service.
"With the odds stacked against you, an honest man must overcome the dangerous challenge of escaping prison for a chance at freedom and avoiding the electric chair."