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Alternative—Paranormal A Scientology® term for a person who has successfully erased the painful effects of traumatic memories—engrams
Emergency medicine A widely used imperative, used to indicate to participants in a ‘code blue’ resuscitation that an operator is about to turn on the defibrillation paddles
Comprehensive Licensing for Entities Accepting Risk. A model state legislation created by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners that would regulate physician-hospital organisations and other similar entities that directly contract to provide medical care
clearEmergency medicine A widely used imperative, used to indicate to participants in a 'code blue' resuscitation that an operator is about to turn on the 'juice' in the defibrillation paddles. See Code blue.
The protection of rescuers in a resuscitation is usually ensured by the person in charge of the code. He or she should methodically examine the safe position of all participants in the event and chant (while verifying that no one is in contact with the patient): "I'm clear. You're clear. We are all clear." Only after this should a shock be administered.
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