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
Houston police were called to the Westbury Reserve apartments, on 12261 Fondren, around 11:30 p.m. One man had been shot, and first responders were unable to resuscitate him at the scene, said Lt.
Jail staff tried to resuscitate him with a defibrillator before EMS arrived and took over.
One bill, called SB 827, put forward in the California state legislature this year, died in committee but may be resuscitated.
He was also told that John Barnes, the school police officer who had been shot in the elbow, had to be resuscitated as he was airlifted to the hospital.
Fire Department Emergency Medical Services personnel began efforts to resuscitate the motorcyclist and transported him to Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls.
Only seconds had elapsed from the moment of impact and already five or six cyclists were trying to resuscitate him.
The boy was unresponsive, and efforts to resuscitate him failed.
These aren't the first steps in the city's efforts to resuscitate downtown.
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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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