German: Oversensing
Japanese: オーバーセンシング

Medical engineering. Sensing of electrical signals, which normally should not be sensed by the pacemaker, but result in inappropriate inhibition of the pacemaker's output. Oversensing may be caused by myopotentials, T waves, and P waves or by external devices such as mobile phones or electrical razors.
Opposed to undersensing.

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