resus


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resus

(ˈriːsʌs)
n
(Medicine) informal (often capital) another name for resuscitation room
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Julie Considine is speaking at the New Zealand Resuscitation Council's conference NZ Resus 2018--Coming of Age--at Te Papa, Wellington, on April 19-21.
From a nurse passer-by who stopped to help en route to work, the paramedics, all the doctors, nurses and health care assistants in resus and A&E - you were all truly fantastic to a doctor who is naturally an awful patient.
58 Anaesthetist registrar arrives in resus room and starts attempt to put a tube in Jahnai's windpipe.
When we got to the hospital, Rachel was taken straight to resus and placed in an induced coma and that was when we were first told she might not make it through the night.
Hannah added: "When Maisie walked in, one of the resus nurses shook her hand and said 'you saved your dad's life' and I broke down, it really brought it home.
The memo was sent to staff after Dr Perry found that calls over the tannoy for emergency medics were being announced as 'casualty resus.
Taking RESUs compatibility with various inverters as a key factor, LG Chem is very pleased to announce StorEdge as one of our main compatible inverters.
NO CPR, NOT FOR RESUS, NO ICU, NO INTUBATION, NO SURGERY, NO IVABS, D/W DAUGHTER
Ethan and Cal end up brawling in resus, and Max goes on a date with a Zoe look-alike.