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resuscitation

[ri‚səs·ə′tā·shən]
(medicine)
Restoration of consciousness or life functions after apparent death.
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A structured pre-tested questionnaire was applied including following variables: personal characteristics (Rank, name, age, and professional qualification), responses of participants towards family presence during resuscitation and the self-confidence of nurses at that time.
Full subscription service including labor and spare parts anasteziologichna and resuscitation equipment.
As the NZNO representative, her role was to keep the nursing body up to date with cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) guidelines and spread the word on the current approach to resuscitation so nurses and membership were up to date.
The two studies were conducted by researchers at the Center for Resuscitation Science at Karolinska Institutet and SAldersjukhuset (Stockholm South General Hospital) in collaboration with University of BorAs, Danderyd Hospital and Sahlgrenska Academy, all in Sweden.
Two European surveys, undertaken in collaboration with the European federation of Critical Care Nursing associations and the European Society of Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care [3,4] have shown that, given a choice, most relatives of patients in the USA and the UK would choose to be present during resuscitation.
Five cycles of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) implies five cycles of 30 compressions followed by 2 ventilations.
It also recognises the demanding and complex work a resuscitation nurse does in the co-ordination (of patient care and treatment)," said Hornsby ED's Nursing Unit Manager (NUM), Rosalyn Ferguson.
Lifeguards commenced resuscitation on the beach including cardiac massage and bag-valve-mask ventilation.
A SIMPLIFIED APPROACH TO FLUID RESUSCITATION IN BURNS
To measure nurses' and physicians' knowledge, skills and comfort in neonatal resuscitation in rural hospitals.
Parental presence during medical resuscitation of children has been a common practice for years (see Table 1).