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Emergency Room

Emergency Room Physicians Has Recommend Interventions

Emergency Room; This study has rise in incidents of violence against doctors so that is not limit to Delhi or hospitals in India. This phenomenon is so that is being to seen as an emerging crisis in healthcare that is growing in several other countries, including USA, UK and China. A recent survey of more…

Emergency Physicians

Emergency Physicians And Leaders Misunderstood About The Specialty

Emergency Physicians; The emergency medicine specialty holds a crucial role as the nation’s healthcare safety net. This responsibility presents a unique set of clinical and financial obstacles for emergency medicine physicians, which are magnified by trends such as an aging Medicaid population and payers’ narrowing provider networks. “Hospital networks understand the central role of emergency…

Emergency Rooms

Emergency Rooms Are In Crisis Conditions They Face At Work

Emergency Rooms; French hospital emergency room staff across France, including in Paris, have been on strike for three months with the support of the main unions, such as the hard left CGT, Sud and Force Ouvriere. This is despite the efforts of French Health Minister Agnes Buzyn who this week announce emergency measures in a…

Healthcare

Healthcare Facilities Can Get Through A Doctor’s Office

Healthcare, A new study in the journal Heliyon examines the relationship between the way individuals perceive and respond to threats (threat sensitivity) and where they most frequently seek medical care. The study investigates the association between the healthcare utilization practices of African American men in a low-income urban neighborhood and their relative levels of threat…

Victims

Correctly Assessing Avalanche Victims’ Chances Of Survival

An international study led by Eurac Research draws up the criteria for correctly assessing victims the chances of survival. It is difficult for doctors to accurately assess avalanche victims who arrive at hospital suffering cardiac arrest: has the patient effectively suffocated, or is there a realistic prospect of survival if the patient is properly rewarm.…

Emergency

Young Women Diagnosed With STIs In Emergency Departments

Young women of 60% were diagnosed with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in emergency department will fill prescriptions for antimicrobial therapy to treat these conditions, according to a research letter publish online May 28, 2019, by JAMA Pediatrics. Some STDs can spread through the use of unsterilized drug needles, from mother to infant during childbirth or…

Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine Of 1-Hour Sepsis Bundle Of Surviving Sepsis

Currently available evidence does not support the recent “Hour-1 Bundle” recommendation to perform five initial treatment steps within the first hour in patients with sepsis. That’s the position of the European Society of Emergency Medicine (EUSEM), published in the May/June issue of the European Journal of Emergency Medicine, official journal of EUSEM. The journal is published in…

Nurses

Emergency Department Nurses Have Negative Attitudes

SELF-harm is a major public health challenge, but nursing staff often struggle to fully understand the reasons behind it, according to the findings of an international research project; so carry out by experts at the University of Huddersfield and an overseas partner. The recommendation is that emergency department staff should receive focus education; so that they…

ICUs For Patients

The Superiority Of Closed ICUs For Patients

The closed intensive care unit (ICU) model, whereby a patient is evaluated and admitted under an intensivist and orders involving patient care are written by the ICU team, is associate with a reduction in certain types of hospital acquire infections, according to a study present at the American Thoracic Society 2019 International Conference, held from…

Minor Stroke

Symptoms Of Minor Stroke Experiencing By Men And Women

Women experiencing a minor stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA) are less likely to be diagnose with a stroke compare to men even though they describe similar symptoms in emergency departments. In our study, men were more likely to be diagnose with TIA or minor stroke; also women were 10% more likely to be given…

Head Injury

Survival Of Head Injury With EMS Protocol

Training paramedics to implement prehospital guidelines for traumatic brain injury (TBI) has dramatically improve survival in patients with severe head trauma, new data show. Results from the Excellence in Prehospital Injury Care (EPIC) study, which include more than 21,000 TBI patients, show a doubling of the survival rate in severe TBI victims and a tripling of…

Cardiac Arrest

Women Are Less Resuscitated And Survive Cardiac Arrest Than Men

Women who have a cardiac arrest outside the hospital setting are less likely to receive resuscitation from bystanders and more likely to die than men, according to new research publish in the European Heart Journal today. The researchers, led by cardiologist Dr. Hanno Tan (MD, Ph.D.) at the University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands), find that…