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cart

(kahrt) a vehicle for conveying patients or equipment and supplies in a hospital.
crash cart  resuscitation c.
dressing cart  one containing all supplies necessary for changing dressings of surgical or injured patients.
resuscitation cart  one containing all equipment for initiating emergency resuscitation.

cart

Cot, gurney, stretcher, trolley Medtalk A narrow movable bed used to transport Pts or maintain them in a horizontal position in emergency or critical care settings Vox populi A non-self-propelled multiwheel structure designed to carry a load. See Crash cart, Shopping cart.

cart

wheeled vehicle without motor power.

paraplegic cart
a two-wheeled cart into which a paraplegic dog can be strapped so that its hindquarters are supported and its front limbs rest normally on the ground and provide a motor system. Used for short periods to give the animal exercise.
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html) he New York Times'  Maureen Dowd, when Carter was questioned about the rhetoric between Trump and North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, Carter said he was also afraid of the situation.
Roosevelt leaves to morn his passing, his mother, Florine (Norman) Carter; seven children and two stepchildren, Maylean TranJimmy in Mexico, Sondra Carter of Worcester, Brenda Carter-Evans and her husband Lowell of Sunflower Miss, Jerry Carter and his wife of Texas, Frederick Carter of Groton, MA, Bruce Carter of Georgia, Nathan Carter and his wife Tonya of Worcester; two stepchildren, Shellia Adams-Ross and her husband John of Philadelphia, Larry Abney and his wife Ellen of Worcester; 14 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren; four brothers, Joseph "Joe" Carter and Robert Carter, Jr both of Worcester, Paul Carter of Milwaukee, and David L.
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