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re·sus·ci·ta·tor

 (rĭ-sŭs′ĭ-tā′tər)
n.
One that resuscitates, as an apparatus that forces oxygen or a mixture of oxygen and carbon dioxide into the lungs of a person who has undergone partial asphyxiation.
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resuscitator

(rɪˈsʌsɪˌteɪtə)
n
1. (Medicine) an apparatus for forcing oxygen or a mixture containing oxygen into the lungs
2. (Medicine) a person who resuscitates
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re•sus•ci•ta•tor

(rɪˈsʌs ɪˌteɪ tər)

n.
1. a person or thing that resuscitates.
2. a device used in the treatment of asphyxiation that, by forcing oxygen or a mixture of oxygen and carbon dioxide into the lungs, initiates respiration.
[1840–50]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.resuscitator - a breathing apparatus used for resuscitation by forcing oxygen into the lungs of a person who has undergone asphyxia or arrest of respirationresuscitator - a breathing apparatus used for resuscitation by forcing oxygen into the lungs of a person who has undergone asphyxia or arrest of respiration
breathing apparatus, breathing device, breathing machine, ventilator - a device that facilitates breathing in cases of respiratory failure
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Translations

resuscitator

[rɪˈsʌsɪteɪtəʳ] Nresucitador m
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resuscitator

n (Med) → Sauerstoffapparat m
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resuscitator

n. resucitador, aparato automático de asistencia respiratoria.
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Keeping in mind the Basic Life Support course does not include maintaining IV line, as only 38.2% answered they can carry out bag/mask ventilation while 70% South African dentists felt themselves competitive in performing bag mask ventilation.1 Cardiopulmonary arrest during dental treatment was rarely reported.22-25 About 44.7% answered yes that they can perform CPR, results were similar to study done by Gupta T.done in Udupi and Mangalore, India where 39.3% dentists present survey it was found that house officers strongly felt that there was a need for practical training of emergency situations.
In this study, resuscitator was present in 75% of the maternity homes, 100% maternity homes were equipped with radiant warmers, 91.67% of maternity homes had pump suction, weight scale was present in 100% maternity homes, cotton swabs, bag mask, gloves, mucus extractor, and needle syringe were present in all maternity homes, blankets were present in 66.67%, feeding tubes were present in 75%, and blood collection vials were present in 91.67% maternity homes [Table 4].
Patients were evaluated for the following: (1) baseline characteristics (gestational age, gender, maternal age, birth weight, Apgar score, and pneumothorax type), (2) predisposing factors of NP (steroids use, bag mask ventilation, continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), mechanical ventilation, hypoplastic lung disease, and MAS), (3) accompanying disorders (premature rupture of membrane (PROM), intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH), patent ductus arteriosus (PDA), retinopathy of prematurity (ROP), pulmonary hemorrhage, and necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC)), (4) treatment of NP (intervention, ventilation mode, oxygen duration, and length of hospital stay), and (5) outcomes (survived, died).
This Halloween, copy Shia's "metamodernist performance art," like that bizarre red carpet moment during the Berlin premiere of "Nymphomaniac," by wearing a tuxedo and a paper bag mask over your head that says "I Am Not Famous Anymore" or "#IAMSORRY."
The rationale behind using an OG tube in anesthesia is that gastric distension increases after bag mask ventilation.