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o·ver·drive

(ō'vĕr-drīv),
1. An electrophysiologic pacing technique to exceed the rate of an abnormal pacemaker and so capture the territory controlled by that pacemaker (usually atrial).
See also: hesitant, antitermination.
2. A state of eukaryotic RNA polymerase wherein it is resistant to pause, arrest, or termination signals.
See also: hesitant, antitermination.

overdrive

/over·drive/ (o´ver-drīv) a more rapid heart rate produced in the correction of an underlying pathologic rhythm; see also under pacing.

o·ver·drive

(ō'vĕr-drīv)
An electrophysiologic pacing technique to exceed the rate of an abnormal pacemaker and so capture the territory controlled by that pacemaker (usually atrial).
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There is an appreciable decrease and increase in initial stiffness for joints with nails overdriven 1.
As a nail is overdriven, the nail head compacts the sheathing underneath the head.
The decrease in stiffness observed for joints with nails overdriven 1.
Results suggest that a depth threshold exist between an overdriven depth of 1.
The theoretical strength is reasonably close to the measured strength for joints flush driven or overdriven 3/16 inch.
The data indicate that ultimate loads are reached at smaller critical displacements for joints overdriven with cooler nails compared to joints flush driven with cooler nails.
Energy dissipation is reduced 17 percent, 21 percent and 74 percent for joints overdriven with cooler nails 1/16 inch, 1/8 inch, and 3/16 inch, respectively, compared to joints flush driven with cooler nails.