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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The court was told that the act violated the regulations of the health authorities in the UAE, which state that all necessary procedures must be taken to resuscitate patients.
a team of doctors, including emergency physicians and cardiologists, attempted to resuscitate him for a period of one hour and they were unsuccessful.
That would have been appropriate in the hospital she had just left, but in the hospital she moved to, blue meant do not resuscitate.
Sometimes I've had to resuscitate my own daughter ten times a day.
Doctors at St Mary's Hospital in Portsmouth won the legal right last October not to resuscitate Charlotte after arguing that her brain and other organs were so seriously damaged that she had "no feeling other than continuing pain".
Hospital staff in Newry, County Down, tried to resuscitate the boys for two more hours before they were pronounced dead.
Research data suggest that the innovative technology can safely resuscitate children of varying weights and body types.
Now I have a tattoo which declares Do Not Resuscitate.
Rapid, severe chilling of the body that produces a state of suspended animation one day could buy doctors the critical additional time they need to transport and resuscitate patients in whom blood flow has not merely slowed, such as during a heart attack or shock, but stopped when the heart fully arrests, he predicts.
While reradicalizing the performative dimensions of post-Minimalism (and its precursors), Hirschhorn does not, however, merely resuscitate activities of the late '70s in which sculptural production was actually displaced by (often provocative) performative interventions in public and semipublic spaces, in particular museum and gallery settings (e.
The decision of a physician to place a Do Not Resuscitate Order on a patients charts is a decision which engages medical, legal, and ethical issues.
With Altos Hornos de Mexico (Ahmsa) drowning in debt, rumor has it that several other Mexican companies are willing to step in to resuscitate it.
With products for pacing, defibrillation, circulation, ventilation, and fluid resuscitation, ZOLL provides a comprehensive set of technologies that can help clinicians, EMS professionals, and lay rescuers resuscitate sudden cardiac arrest or trauma victims.
I would spend hours of pointless endeavour trying to work out how I had lost some crucial big laugh, and how to resuscitate it.