reoperate

reoperate

(riːˈɒpəˌreɪt)
vb
(intr) to begin to operate or function again
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Doctors at district hospitals were reluctant to reoperate when bleeding was detected after CD, patients instead being transferred to the regional hospital in an unstable condition and dying en route.
The panel, whose recommendation is not binding, called on the Administrative Court that is hearing a relevant lawsuit, to order the government to reoperate the station and properly secure it.
The decision to reoperate is frequently challenging when faced with a critically ill patient with nonspecific signs and symptoms of partially treated sepsis.
After careful consideration I must conclude it was a breach of duty for Dr Umughele not to have arranged to reoperate on Mr Green before 10.
to reduce loss and reoperate on commercial basis, and not investment," Arabic newspaper al-Anba said citing sources.
Fore that purpose GM will reoperate its old assembling plant in Ponsok Ungu, Bekasi for which it would need additional investment of US$30 million.
It is twice as hard to reoperate on endometriosis of the bowel as it is to complete the surgery the first time around, he added.
A new 10-year contract will soon be reached with an Egyptian company to reoperate the tower," said Major-General Ezzat Al Ayatui, the site's manager.
KIA, therefore, was encouraged to reoperate its ceramic tile plants in Cileungsi and Gresik producing roof tiles.