Meaning of resuscitator in English:


Pronunciation /rɪˈsʌsɪteɪtə/


See resuscitate

‘And the charity plans to add to the scanner with new incubators, infant warmers, breast pumps and resuscitators totalling over £60,000.’
  • ‘Mechanically operated beds have been replaced by electronic ones while the trust has purchased new drip stands, heart resuscitators, baby weighing scales, Zimmer frames and walking sticks.’
  • ‘The cash raised has gone towards buying an infant resuscitator.’
  • ‘The air was delivered from a manual resuscitator or portable volume ventilator via a mouthpiece or nasal interface.’
  • ‘He won the silver medal at the International Dairy Event, Stoneleigh Park, in 1974 for his calf and lamb resuscitator.’