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Meaning cutting instrument
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Origin Greek τομή (tomē)
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Code Red
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Code Grey
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Code Clear
Hospital Emergency Code: Emergency is over.
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Table of Drugs: T48.291 T48.292 T48.293 T48.294 T48.295
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Hospital Emergency Code: Hazardous spills. Unsafe exposure to spill.
Code Pink
Hospital Emergency Code: Infant abduction.
Code Silver
Hospital Emergency Code: Weapon or hostage situation.
Internal Triage
Hospital Emergency Code: Internal emergency such as a bomb or a bomb threat, computer network system is down, major plumbing problems, power outage, or telephone outage.