resuscitate


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give artificial respiration to

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to cause to come back to life or consciousness

to rouse from a state of inactivity or quiescence

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It is alleged he failed to resuscitate the cancer patient after she stopped breathing.
was cleared of assisting in the murder by failing to resuscitate the Pakistani patient.
Mark Kinsey, a civil engineer working close to the scene, said he saw a woman desperately trying to resuscitate the child by the side of the fountain.
Eyewitness David Waters said: "Paramedics turned up pretty quickly and were trying to resuscitate her for a while.
Tragically, despite every effort to resuscitate her, she died in hospital five days later.
Jurors heard that Karl Harris, 45, told his less experienced colleague there was "no point" in attempting to resuscitate Barry Baker after the pair were sent to his home in Brighton, East Sussex.
Washington, June 26 (ANI): Late pop star Michael Jackson's brother, Jermaine, has revealed that the personal doctors looking after the 'Thriller' star tried to resuscitate him for an hour.
Nurse Day maintained that the decision not to resuscitate was a violation of hospital policy and was a breach of the standard of care.
In Pennsylvania, where the concept of moving to color conformity got its start, blue, not purple, is still the color for do not resuscitate.
Pou said: "There were patients there that had orders of do not resuscitate, in other words if they died, to allow them to die naturally and not use any heroic methods to resuscitate them.
But devoted Claire, 32, keeps a vigil so that she can resuscitate the 16-month-old tot.
Do-not-resuscitate (DNR) orders stipulate that if you have no vital signs, doctors will not attempt to resuscitate you with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or other measures.
Darren Wyatt, aged 33, originally from Tamworth, Staffordshire, and his wife, Debbie, 24, will take the letter to the Court of Appeal on Thursday to persuade judges to overturn the order not to resuscitate the 22-month-old girl if she stops breathing.
Attempts were made to resuscitate him and he was transported to a hospital where he was placed on life support.
To see whether the heart has untapped potential to resuscitate itself, Anversa and his colleagues studied cardiac stem cells in 52 hearts that had been removed from people during heart transplantation or shortly after death from a heart attack or another cause.