At 7:30 p.m., the report says, paramedics called “no vitals.”
The nurse came daily to check his vitals, answer questions, and provide guidance and reassurance to Jeff and me.
She had been there as my mother and I sat with him around the clock, sleeping by his bedside, anxiously checking his vitals.
This goes to the vitals of our country and what it is to become.
Lydia also gets her vitals checked, arm rubbed with alcohol, and glove-covered hands safely inserting the needle.
The projectile had entered the chest, and slanting upwards, had burst among the vitals, reducing them to a gory pulp.
I don't mean superficially, but deep down in your vitals, what would you say?
The vice of intemperance, the mania for gambling, these are the vultures that are consuming the vitals of our people.
The monsters who had hovered about his neck were battening on his vitals now.
It throbbed faintly as it still struggled with the spear in its vitals.
vitals vi·tals (vīt'lz)
The vital body organs.
The parts that are essential to continued functioning, as of a system.