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resuscitate

verb breath fresh life into, bring back to life, cure, improve, reanimate, recreate, recuperate, reestablish, refresh, regenerate, rehabilitate, reinvigorate, rekindle, remedy, renew, restore, restore to life, resurrect, revivify, renovate, revitalize, revive
See also: cure, recall, remedy, renew, restore, resurrect
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Clinician performed resuscitative ultrasonography for the initial evaluation and resuscitation of trauma.
1) In this particular case, all standard resuscitative efforts failed.
Basic neonatal resuscitative arrangements were available at 54 BHUs and 7 RHCs of district Sheikhupura.
Consideration of perimortem hysterotomy/caesarean section early in resuscitative efforts.
The remaining cases of sustained hypotension (n=11) were thought to be due to a dose-related effect of one or more anaesthetic agents in patients with reduced cardiovascular reserve and/or failure to provide appropriate resuscitation and/or the lack of response to appropriate resuscitative efforts.
Battlefield surgery is often referred to as resuscitative surgery or damage control surgery.
Developing a solid screening process is essential for early recognition of severe sepsis and timely implementation of resuscitative interventions.
Only trained health care professionals in a setting that has immediate access to resuscitative equipment should perform oral food challenges.
The VA operates 121 emergency departments across the country, which provide resuscitative therapy and stabilization in life-threatening situations.
DRDO has developed many products related to NBC Defence for Service use like NBC Recce Vehicle to monitor and demarcate the contaminated area and transmit the data to the command and control centres for further planning, response and management;NBC water purification system; self-contained underground field shelters to house about 30 men for four days; highly effective antigen kits; individual protective suits and respiratory management and resuscitative devices.
It is strongly recommended for any provider administering vaccinations, that proper resuscitative equipment is available in the clinic to manage potential anaphylaxis, and that all vaccinated individuals are observed for some time after vaccination.
While critics have argued that we can see the dramatic monologue as "a form of verbal resuscitation of the dead, a quasi-Spiritualist voicing of dead men and women," (4) and Victorian reviewers especially found in Tennyson's dramatic monologues "the secret of the transmigration of the soul," dramatic monologues in which the dead come to life in turn call our attention to the limits of the poet's reanimating power by exposing the inherent subjectivity of any resuscitative poetic project.