Recent Examples of cardiopulmonary from the Web
The cause was cardiopulmonary failure, said a daughter, Susan Baumel.
This device is able to detect changes in pitch and soon will be able to detect asthma in children, pneumonia in the elderly, and, in conjunction with low-cost portable electrocardiographs, cardiopulmonary disease.
On Monday afternoon, Sea Isle City police responded to a report of a medical emergency in the water found lifeguards and good Samaritans performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation on Brian C. Zwaan, 58.
For the cardiopulmonary resuscitation itself, a human would still be needed to perform the actual act.
The cause was cardiopulmonary arrest, said a son, Daniel Kusrow.
Bystanders pulled him out and gave him cardiopulmonary resuscitation, but he was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital.
The University of Miami professor had just developed the world’s first cardiopulmonary patient simulator — a life-size mannequin that could simulate 20 different human body indicators — like blood pressure and pulse.
A family friend began applying the familiar chest compressions and mouth-to-mouth breathing that are hallmarks of cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
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First Known Use of cardiopulmonary
medical Definition of cardiopulmonary
- the cardiopulmonary system
- a cardiopulmonary bypass that diverts blood from the entrance to the right atrium through an oxygenator directly to the aorta
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