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reanimate

(rē-ăn′ĭ-māt) [L. re, again, + animare, fill with life]
To reactivate, restore to life, revive, or resuscitate.
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Il a affirme que les centres de regulation des appels medicaux (CRAM) constituent un element cle dans l'action des services mobiles d'urgence et de reanimation, leur permettant de traiter les appels medicaux urgents via le numero national gratuit (141) et de leur permettre de beneficier de maniere optimale des services medicaux d'urgence a toutes les etapes, ajoutant que le service sera fourni gratuitement dans toutes les regions du Royaume, avec la rehabilitation des services d'assistance medicale urgente.
(4) Department of Anesthesiology and Reanimation, Ege University, izmir, Turkey
Overall, 149 anesthesiology and reanimation specialists participated in the study, including 59 physicians (39.59%) from academic centers, 20 physicians (13.42%) from teaching hospitals, 33 physicians (22.14%) from state hospitals, and 37 physicians (24.83%) from private centers.
Changing perception: Facial reanimation surgery improves attractiveness and decreases negative facial perception.
Hypoglossal-facial nerve interpositional-jump graft for facial reanimation without tongue atrophy.
VAR of doctors putting off Emre on stretcher and take into the reanimation
Je felicite egalement le Dr Nabil Eteto et son equipe de reanimation qui ont pu suivre les malades en post-operatoires malgre les coupures a repetition du courant electrique.
In 17 chapters, plastic and reconstructive surgeons, otolaryngologists, and other specialists from the US explain management of the dissatisfied patient, complications in the cosmetic office setting, and complications involving anesthesia, locoregional flap reconstruction of facial defects, skin resurfacing, upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty, brow rejuvenation, rhinoplasty, facelift, facial implantation and trauma repair, facial reanimation, surgical correction of congenital anomalies, orthognathic surgery, and hair restoration.
Despite reanimation, Zoricic died as a result of severe neurotrauma.
It was the fifth such 'Facial Reanimation' - as the procedure is called - to be carried out by plastic surgeon Dr Georgios Psaras and his AHI team in two years.
22 August 2011 - Professor Dominique Maraninchi, head of the French agency for the safety of medical products Afssaps, will meet in the following days representatives of SFAR, the company defending the interests of medical doctors specialists in anaesthesia and reanimation.