Dual-Chamber Pacemaker

A pacemaker with two leads (one in the atrium and one in the ventricle) to allow pacing and/or sensing in both chambers of the heart to artificially restore the natural contraction sequence of the heart


Surgery that can improve blood flow to the heart (or other organs and tissues) by providing a new route, or “bypass” around a section of clogged or diseased artery.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation–induced consciousness [CPRIC]

It has been hypothesized that owing to a variety of physiologic variables, such as autoregulation, comorbidities, and cerebral ischemic thresholds, it is possible for patients receiving high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to maintain consciousness