from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One that resuscitates, as an apparatus that forces oxygen or a mixture of oxygen and carbon dioxide into the lungs of a person who has undergone partial asphyxiation.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person or thing that resuscitates.
- n. A device, usually consisting of a face mask and tank, used to restore normal breathing to a person by forcing oxygen or an oxygen-rich mixture of gases into his or her lungs.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, resuscitates.
- n. A device which is used to force oxygen or a mixture of oxygen and other gases into the lungs of patients who are suffering from asphyxiation, to revive the patient and induce resumption of respiration.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who resuscitates.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a breathing apparatus used for resuscitation by forcing oxygen into the lungs of a person who has undergone asphyxia or arrest of respiration
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The use of the Laerdal infant resuscitator results in the delivery of high oxygen fractions in the absence of a blender.
The tools include a dry towel, a suction bulb and a hand-operated bag-and-mask resuscitator.
There were no late-night calls for me to perform an emergency lobotomy or yelling, “Clear!” and saving the life of a child with the heart resuscitator.
I drove up to see if I could patch things up, but the marriage was on a resuscitator.
Their window in Gary, Indiana -- again designed by their visionary house artist, Monsieur Brouillard -- featured a diorama of a doctor and nurse trying to save a syphilitic baby with the help of a wheezing resuscitator.
The doctors used the resuscitator briefly, then — as Kennedy's life signs continued to pick up — switched him back to oxygen.
Nurses cut his clothes off to prepare him for a heart-lung resuscitator.
It hasn't died, but it's on a resuscitator and there are some things that, you know, I think ought to be done to try and get us back to where we can promise the next generation a little better lifestyle than we can right this minute.
Luckily, I can think of a handy way to finance a Halligan purchase: writing a column about them Born helpless, nude and unable to provide for himself, Lore Sjöberg eventually overcame these handicaps to become a rescuer, a resuscitator and a resupinator.
They rush the body to an ice bath, and then they keep blood flowing with a heart-lung resuscitator.