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When ambulance staff arrived, they were greeted by a patient who had been successfully resuscitated and praised the remark-remarkable actions of the bystanders.
To reach the conclusion, scientists compared babies who were resuscitated at birth with those who had a problem-free delivery.
He was resuscitated by police and firefighters before the ambulance arrived, which took him to Sunderland Royal Hospital.
Editor's Note: The hospital was indeed fortunate that this patient who was resuscitated not once, but twice, contrary to a bona fide DNR order, was not resuscitated only to live the remainder of his life in a comatose state.
The man did not have an advance directive, so the social service coordinator asked him if he wanted to be resuscitated in the event that his heart stopped beating.
Charles has a huge range of voices, although Kincade's voice sounds as if it had been run over by a truck and barely resuscitated and is a little too different from everyone else's voice to be comfortable to the listener's ear.
Palisades Financial resuscitated the deal and supervised all aspects of development.
Over nearly 22 months, the trainees at sites equipped with defibrillators resuscitated 29 people who had suffered cardiac arrest compared with only 15 CPR--only resuscitations by their counterparts in the places without the devices, says Joseph P.
He was resuscitated, but the nature of the injuries raised concerns with the medical staff,'' said Officer Asta Webster.
In an animal study, the escalating shock consistently resuscitated piglets after prolonged sadden cardiac arrest.
Explaining her reason for the tattoo, she said: 'Years ago when I was nursing I could see they resuscitated so many people who they shouldn't have.
RESURRECTION "is not just about the dead person being resuscitated.