Cardiopulmonary resuscitation "CPR" is the common term used to refer to resuscitation. However, the options available to treat very sick patients are broader than CPR as literally defined. Other options include intensive care, antibiotic therapy, hydration, and nutritional support. Appropriate comfort care measures should be employed for all patients, especially terminally ill patients.
Let's jump back to the Cloud era with an odd passionate article about life after being mortally stabbed by Sephiroph - which calls to question if we're going to see more in the remake of 7 than where the last story left off - even beyond Advent Children?.
Koponut's Aeris resurrection theory is as follows: Was she meant to stay dead? The ending of FF7 seemed a little rushed. The first time playing through, you might feel that Aeris did have to "die" the way she did on disc one, but would somehow come back maybe even as the embodiment of Holy to fight Sephiroth in the final battle.
The evidence is after the jump Everyone knows about the Aeris resurrection theory.
If you look at the game there is a vast amount of empirical evidence that Aeris's resurrection was originally supposed to be part of the game, perhaps if only in the original script or in early versions of the game.
There is absolutely no way to resurrect her.
However, under this theory, FF7 is incomplete. The evidence that can be found to support this theory is listed below. In fact, it's barely discussed by any one in the game itself. Why else would it be in the game?
Each party should have three members. However, after Aeris's death, this entire point is dropped. Considering the number of decisions you are forced to make you would think it would have more bearing than who you date at the Gold Saucer. She has dialog in certain points in the game on Disc 2 and Disc 3 She dies at the end of Disc 1and this shouldn't be so if she was originally meant to be revived at some part in the game.
If you actually do what you need to do to get it before she dies you waste vast amounts of time taking several hours of intensional getting her Limits leveled up. The point is that if you get it before she dies, it doesn't seem like you should have her Limit Level 4 yet.
If you look at the patterns on the pillar, the doorway is somewhat similar but markedly different. Programmers usually don't put extra stuff like that in a game: There is no way to reach the door. If you think about the way the City is shaped it should be the reflection of the stairs above, but if you think on how the glass around Aeris is shaped, it physically couldn't be so.
Every character's drawing except Aeris she is looking at the highwind you see it where disc 1 is in actually occurs in the game, or could realistically occur. Aeris's cannot, as she wasn't with Cloud when he first saw the Highwind on the first trip to Junon.
She had already died when Barret and Tifa made their escape on the Highwind later. In the picture she also dressed in white, and the entire game she dressed in red. I wonder what Aeris felt I'm sure she wanted to give her life for the planet I don't think that's it at all.
I think she didn't think she would die at all, but that she planned on coming back all along. She always used to talk about the "Next Time". She talked about the future more than any of us.
Once again, I need to add that Aeris cannot be resurrected. GameShark codes naturally alter gameplay depending on the code you input. GameShark is the exception. As for actual non-cheating gameplay, it is impossible.A DNR or Do Not Resuscitate request is usually made by the patient or health care power of attorney and allows the medical teams taking care of them to respect the patient’s wishes.
In the U.S., CPR and advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) will not be performed if a valid written "DNR" order is present. Policy On Do Not Resuscitate Resuscitation is a medical procedure which seeks to restore cardiac and/or respiratory function to individuals who have sustained a cardiac and/or respiratory arrest.
"Do Not Resuscitate" ("DNR") is a medical order to provide no resuscitation to individuals for whom resuscitation is not warranted. INFORMATION ON DO-NOT-RESUSCITATE (DNR) REQUESTS IN EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES This summary provides information about the types of Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) requests that will be honored in the field by paramedics, and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) on fire engines and.
We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. DNR (Do Not Resuscitate), often referred to as "no code," is an advance directive document that guides medical personnel to NOT perform CPR or otherwise try to revive a person if their heart stops.
DNR (Do Not Resuscitate), often referred to as "no code," is an advance directive document that guides medical personnel to NOT perform CPR or. They might not have known it yet, but they went to do the work of the church. They went to do something perfectly ordinary.
Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James and Salome went to the tomb to anoint the body of the crucified.