Examples of resuscitate in a Sentence
The patient stopped breathing but doctors were able to resuscitate him.
she hopes to resuscitate the currently defunct charity organization
Recent Examples of resuscitate from the Web
He was resuscitated with Narcan at an airport in Illinois, Metz said.
Most of the new proposals from Democratic senators, which in fact are resuscitated versions of old ideas, come from politicians who hail from safely Democratic states.
Vincent’s father, with help from a fisherman, was able to resuscitate his son by performing CPR.
The report also said Gainey and two unidentified registered nurses did not call 911 and made no attempts to resuscitate McMaster after he was found unresponsive on the morning of April 13.
The woman was eventually resuscitated at the hospital.
This time, Barr killed the whole show, and nothing can resuscitate it this time.
Both were eventually pulled from the water, but they could not be resuscitated.
Emergency services personnel performed life-saving measures and took the baby to a hospital, where he could not be resuscitated.
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Origin and Etymology of resuscitate
RESUSCITATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resuscitate for English Language Learners
: to bring (someone who is unconscious, not breathing, or close to death) back to a conscious or active state again
RESUSCITATE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of resuscitate
- resuscitate a nearly drowned person by artificial respiration
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