Middle French entrainer, from en- + trainer to draw, drag — more at train
1 : to draw along with or after oneself 2 : to draw in and transport (as solid particles or gas) by the flow of a fluid 3 : to incorporate (air bubbles) into concrete 4 : to determine or modify the phase or period of
— en·train·er noun
— en·train·ment Listen to the pronunciation of entrainment \-ˈtrān-mənt\ noun
(en·train) (en-trān´) to modulate the cardiac rhythm by gaining control of the rate of the pacemaker, cardiac or ectopic, with an external stimulus.entrainment
(en·train·ment) (en-trān´mənt) 1. a technique for identifying the slowest pacing necessary to terminate an arrhythmia, particularly atrial flutter; as the pacing rate is slowly increased incrementally, the electrocardiographic appearance of the flutter waves shifts incrementally away from a flutter morphology until the arrhythmia is terminated. 2. the synchronization and control of cardiac rhythm by an external stimulus.
(Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary )Siehe auch: jdm auf ein Medikament einstellen