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Your patient has his own P waves but no QRS complexes. His DDD pacemaker should

▸ provide him with QRS complexes at a preset rate, ignoring intrinsic P waves.

▸ sense the intrinsic P waves and deliver QRS complexes to follow those P waves within a preset rate range.

▸ be inhibited and wait until there are no P waves or QRS complexes.

▸ ignore the intrinsic P waves, providing him with paced P waves and QRS complexes.
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