resus


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resus

(ˈriːsʌs)
n
(Medicine) informal (often capital) another name for resuscitation room
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I would like to thank all the staff in A & E, Resus, CCU, F5 & Tim Quick, for all the marvellous treatment I have received.
Paul, 67, has been rushed to resus as he is struggling to breathe.
Mr Kakrodi, who has Iranian citizenship, was being treated for his injuries in a resus cubicle.
"I'm posting to let everyone know he is in resus [resuscitation]...broken back, femur, ankle and elbow, waiting on more results, thanks everyone for messaging me."
She said: "My phone had been in my bag and I had a voicemail from the Royal [Liverpool Hospital] saying can you ring the Resus Unit regarding your father.
Londoner Minnie, 98, is in resus after experiencing severe pain and numbness in her leg.
Under the incident plan--refined since the 2011 earthquakes--nurses and doctors, many of whom had come from other parts of the hospital-were placed in teams and stayed in their "resus" or monitoring bay until their patient was moved out of the department.
Establishing itself in 2003, Resus Energy PLC a forerunner in the renewable energy industry, has since been taking giant leaps with its investments and development in many projects across the island.
"I watched the resus team working on him with every chest compression, thinking, 'Oh my god, please don't let this be his last breath'."
Four years ago Sarah was on duty at the Countess of Chester Hospital when she was part of the team called to A&E resus to treat a patient who had suffered a cardiac event.
The company launched two products for neonatal care in India, the new Lullaby Warmer Prime, and Lullaby Resus. The cost was about 40% lower than the existing offerings from GE, so that the products are easily accessible in low-middle income economic countries.