resuscitation room


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resuscitation room

n
(Medicine) med US an intensive care unit
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TRAGIC Gerardine He added: "She had audibly shallow breathing, she was holding on to the railing at reception and was directed to the resuscitation room."
* Working as part of the trauma team in the resuscitation room.
In the resuscitation room (by seeing the condition of the patient and the medical interventions performed) b.
An emergency junior doctor at Worcestershire Royal Hospital said he could not transfer her to the resuscitation room because the department was full.
12.51 Second paediatric cardiac arrest call placed, as anaesthetist registrar has still not arrived in resuscitation room.
As staff controls events around CPR, families lose autonomy when negotiating their way into the resuscitation room.
The next thing I knew we were being rushed into the resuscitation room and surrounded by all these doctors.
There was no time and we took her to the resuscitation room where she delivered the baby in five minutes.
They later said that they could not save her nine-month-old child before admitting her to the resuscitation room where she was pronounced dead later that night.
He further said that MSF also supporting the DHQ hospital in Timergera and around 87,481 patient triaged in emergency room ,19,271 patients treated in resuscitation room,5,429 birth assisted ,322 babies admitted in neonatal unit, 3,474 health promotion session were conducted.
Those include the emergency department, a laboratory, a resuscitation room, a blood-collection unit and an intensive care unit.