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pulseless

/pulse·less/ (puls´les) lacking a pulse.
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A, accepted; ACLS, advanced cardiac life support; BLS, basic life support; CPR, cardiopulmonary resuscitation; DNAR, do not attempt resuscitate; DNR, do not resuscitate; EMS, Emergency Medical Services; N, no; PEA, pulseless electrical activity; R, rejected; Y, yes.
They unanimously agreed that, sliding the rulers and matching the times, it was clear that the CRNA had ignored a pulseless patient while her alarms were silent.
God the Creator, with a pulseless hand Of unoriginated power, hath weighed The dust of earth and tears of man in one Measure, and by one weight: So saith His holy book.
3) If the leg is cool, pale, hairless at the knee notch or great toe notch, and pulseless or with a fleeting pulse, the ulcer is most likely arterial.
The following day, he developed a cold, pulseless left foot which required repeat thrombectomy of his left popliteal artery without any other complications.
Then it was as if a miracle had occurred because he went from being blue and pulseless to being pink.
continuous and pulseless manner with an accurate feed rate.
The GPCmax features a fixed loop autosampler for reproducible sample injection and an isocratic pump for constant and pulseless solvent flow.
At baseline and 2 months, parents completed Achenbach's Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL), and urine samples from the children were assayed for epinephrine, norepinephrine, dopamine, serotonin, GABA, glutamate, pulseless electrical activity (PEA), and histamine.
The 2005 guidelines state that after most defibrillation attempts, the patient's rhythm will usually change to either asystole or pulseless electrical activity (PEA).
The decedent was pulseless and transported to the emergency room,'' coroner Lt.
Designed for precision handling of liquids and/or gases, the Cheminert models M6 and M50 pumps produce a bi-directional pulseless flow with a range over six orders of magnitude: 10 nl/min to 10 ml/min for the M6 and 50 [micro]l/min to 50 ml/min for the M50.