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The most common form of dementia
Removing all sensation, usually by chemical means
A localized, blood-filled, balloon-like bulge in the wall of a blood vessel
A drug used to resolve slow heart beats (bradycardia) or as part of resuscitation
Not cancerous
An abnormally slow heartbeat (defined as less than 60 beats per minute)
'Heart muscle disease'
A catheter placed into a large vein in the neck (jugular vein), chest (subclavian vein) or groin (femoral vein)
A hospital code which indicates a bomb is somewhere in the hospital.
A hospital code which indicates someone needing resuscitation.
A hospital code which can indicate child/infant abduction.
A hospital code which indicates a fire has broken out somewhere in the hospital.
It is a written order from a doctor that clarifies that resuscitation should not be attempted if a person suffers cardiac or respiratory arrest.
A sonogram of the heart.
A form of regional anesthesia involving injection of drugs through a catheter, usually done by blocking the action of the nerves in the spine from a certain region
A hormone released in the body in response to stress, used in medical settings for resuscitation.
a surgical procedure where the fascia (the outer layers surrounding muscle, cartilage, ligaments, organs etc.) is cut to relieve tension or pressure and treat the resulting loss of
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The accumulation of air and blood in the pleural cavity
A chronic medical condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is persistently elevated
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Generally, the insertion of a tube into the throat to allow a bag or machine to breathe for the patient
IV
Cutting into the abdomen to gain access to the abdominal organs
it is the spread of a disease from one organ or part to another non-adjacent organ or part
MRI
is a medical sub-specialty of pediatrics focused on the medical care of infants and neonates
A surgical procedure by which the major organs are removed from a donor to be used in transplants and/or research
OR
The collapsing on the lung, caused by air/gas in the cavity between the lungs and the chest wall
After operation
Before operation
s a small but extremely sharp knife used for surgery
Attire worn by most medical personnel inside a hospital, usually consisting of pants and a short-sleeved top
When the brain does not receive a sufficient supply of blood, often caused by blockage or bleeding
An encapsulated tumor with tissue or organ components resembling normal derivatives of more than one germ layer
An incision into the pleural space of the chest to gain access to the thoracic organs
is a surgical specialty focused on the surgical management of invasive treatments on physical injuries in an emergency situation
UTI
V-Fib
procedure involves removing the head of the pancreas along with the Gallbladder, duodenum, part of the stomach, bile duct, and sometimes lymph nodes close to the pancreas

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