atrioventricular block

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Noun1.atrioventricular block - recurrent sudden attacks of unconsciousness caused by impaired conduction of the impulse that regulates the heartbeatatrioventricular block - recurrent sudden attacks of unconsciousness caused by impaired conduction of the impulse that regulates the heartbeat
arrhythmia, cardiac arrhythmia - an abnormal rate of muscle contractions in the heart
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4) showed that 20% of unselected congenital AVB have anti Ro/La-negative mothers, and Maeno et al.
The recently signed agreement states that Spirent Communications has become the first authorized test equipment manufacturer to license Avnu automotive AVB test plans, available in Spirent's Avnu Automotive AVB Conformance Test Suite Pack.
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According to Arista, as a member of the AVnu Alliance, it plans to have its AVB networking product lines certified to help foster an open and interoperable standard within the industry.
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However, AVB is unwilling to succumb to his players' whims and has categorically denied his interest in bringing in another defender in January.
Under a barrage of questions about his role in the Hugo Lloris affair and the inconsistency of his answers, AVB employed a crude and blatant diverting tactic.
Bale did not travel for yesterday's 5-2 defeat in Monaco and AVB added:
The new solution provides a fast and low-risk track to Ethernet AVB products.
A result against Manchester United will allow AVB to get more of the credit he deserves.
AVB insisted that Welsh winger Bale is now a victim of his own reputation and his blistering pace, which took him past SUNDERland defender Craig Gardner's.
AVB will acquire 66 communities; among them 23 in Southern California (8,507 units) and 18 in the Mid-Atlantic (5,311 units).