atrial synchronous ventricular pacemaker

atrial synchronous ventricular pacemaker
a dual chamber cardiac pacemaker that senses atrial activity and delivers a ventricular stimulus after a preset interval; used in patients with impaired atrioventricular conduction but normal sinus node function. Called also VAT p. See also atrial synchronous ventricular inhibited p.

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