Examples of chest in a Sentence
He has a broad chest.
The pain is in my upper chest.
Recent Examples of chest from the Web
Whitehall of Deerfield offers a full-time respiratory therapist, oxygen therapy, immediate chest X-rays, and aspiration precautions to keep food and liquid from entering your lungs.
To retrieve this newer style of pacemaker, on the other hand, the mortician must open the chest and make an incision into the heart itself.
The animal was chest deep in raw sewage and entangled in heavy black wires when Charlotte-Mecklenburg Animal Care & Control responded to the call at 11950 Howell Center Drive.
San Diego’s fees for ambulance responses including advanced life support services such as intubation or chest decompression would climb from $2,154 to $2,671.
But Abbott has said the update itself—administered in a doctor’s office or hospital—carries a slight risk of causing a malfunction in the pacemakers, which are implanted in patients’ chests to correct abnormal heart rhythms.
The eagle's chest is a shield depicting none other than a coffee plant.
When Aberdeen officers arrived, the found a man unconscious in the back seat of a car with a chest wound, according to Lt.
The driver of the truck had some cuts and chest pain, and he was transported to Methodist Hospitals Northlake, Banasiak said.
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Origin and Etymology of chest
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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- tool chest
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