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1, The common resuscitative agent for polluted cation exchange resin by iron is hydrochloric acid.
2, Objective It is to compare the resuscitative effects of normal saline (NS), 6% hydroxyethyl starch(HAES) and hypertonic-hyperoncotic solution(HHS) in rabbits with hemorrhagic shock.
3, Objective To analyse the effects of different resuscitative fluids on the lungs following hemorrhage, and to provide the scientific basis for the perfect fluid treatment in hemorrhage.
4, After taking native medications for 5 days, he developed fulminant liver failure and was readmitted to our center and, in spite of resuscitative and supportive measures, he succumbed to his illness.
5, Studying on the features of the combined wound with seawater immersion would help to improve the early resuscitative effect.
6, Electrolyte abnormalities are commonly associated with cardiovascular emergencies. These abnormalities may cause or contribute to cardiac arrest and may hinder resuscitative efforts.
7, On a recent Friday, the Muslim day of prayer, Mr. Abdul was sitting on a battered sofa in the small concrete pro shop, waiting, as always,(http://sentencedict.com/resuscitative.html) for a resuscitative flood of players.
8, The outcome of this patient was excellent due to aggressive resuscitative measures including open-chest cardiac massage.
9, The secondary survey does not begin until the primary survey (ABCDEs) is completed, resuscitative efforts are well established, and the patient is demonstrating normalization of vital functions.
10, It makes a conclusion that different markets cause different life cycle of tourist destinations, and offers pertinent resuscitative approaches.
11, ICD can significantly reduce the cardical mortality of the patients with resuscitative cardiac arrest or ventricular fibrillation too.
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