How to use Resuscitate in a sentence

resuscitate
  • Attempts by doctors and nurses to resuscitate him proved futile.

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  • Her personal nurse phoned 911 for assistance and her bodyguard tried to resuscitate her.

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  • In some cases, they may have to resuscitate patients with cardiac or respiratory emergencies.

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  • They also aid the teaching of how to resuscitate a child.

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  • Can it, rather, provide a moral basis to resuscitate the victim?

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  • Parents of premature babies need to be apprised of the possibility of apnea and should be instructed on how to resuscitate their infant if it occurs.

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  • Such attacks have been witnessed in emergency rooms, where doctors were completely defenseless to the oncoming arrest and unable to resuscitate the patient.

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  • In order to resuscitate the economy, Ahadi has decided to trim a few noughts off the value of the old currency.

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  • Mr Justice Hedley will decide whether the present ' Do not resuscitate ' order should remain.

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  • Resuscitation trolleys have to carry all the equipment needed to resuscitate someone in an arrest.

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  • The injuries are now believed to have happened when doctors tried to resuscitate the baby.

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  • Mr Justice Hedley will decide whether the present ' Do Not Resuscitate ' order should remain.

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  • In some rare cases, emergency care providers are able to resuscitate an infant who is seemingly lifeless; the prognosis remains poor in these cases.

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  • At the close of the century Samuel Rogers endeavoured to resuscitate the neglected form in his "Epistle to a Friend" (1798).

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  • A condottiere of the Renaissance living in the I9th century, he used France, and Napoleons all those nations annexed or attracted by the Revolu- political tion, to resuscitate the Roman conception of the idea, Empire for his own benefit.

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  • The defection of the military and civil aristocracy, which brought about Napoleons abdication, the refusal of a regency, and the failure of Bernadotte, who wished to resuscitate the Consulate, enabled Talleyrand, vicepresident of the senate and desirous of power, to persuade the Allies to accept the Bourbon solution of the difficulty.

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