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    How would you say "He flat lined" and "a patient who had gone īcode redī" in Spanish? i know what the phrases mean, I donīt know how to present them in Spanish. Thanks!

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    I many Spanish speaking countries the term "paciente en clave roja" is used and it means a high level of medical emergency.

    "flat lined" means that the machine in question is not recording any electrical activity. yo can say "sin registro de actividad eléctrica"




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