- resuscitative care
- The aggressive management of life- and limb-threatening injuries. Interventions include emergency medical treatment, advanced trauma management, and lifesaving surgery to enable the patient to tolerate evacuation to the next level of care. See also evacuation; patient.
Military dictionary. 2000.
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