emergency medicine

NOUN
  1. the branch of medicine concerned with the prompt diagnosis and treatment of injuries or trauma or sudden illness
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How To Use emergency medicine In A Sentence

  • The primary applications of this mobile ultrasound system include: general abdominal imaging, OB/GYN, urology, orthopedics, emergency medicine, and ear, nose and throat imaging.
  • Riding head first can lead to a brain injury, and it's a good way to hyperextend the neck, says Kate Cronan, the head of emergency medicine at the Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Del. Test-Driving a Sno-Park Maserati
  • Administration plans announced so far are "an unnecessarily risky undertaking that will lead to unsafe conditions for our patients," wrote the 193 fellows and resident physicians from numerous specialties at the hospital, including cardiology, pulmonology, pediatrics and emergency medicine. Chicago Hospital Doctors Protest Planned Bed Cuts
  • Fields of application include cardiology, emergency medicine, obstetrics / gynecology, radiology, surgery, and vascular.
  • Fields of application include cardiology, emergency medicine, obstetrics / gynecology, radiology, surgery, and vascular.
  • Other virtual reality applications are being used in mental health, anaesthetics, and emergency medicine.
  • He notes that physicians with more intensive specialties, such as neurosurgery or emergency medicine, were more likely to be overwhelmed by those duties than others. undefined
  • This comparison has shown anesthesiology and emergency medicine to be the highest-risk specialties.
  • There's nothing inherently dangerous about bedbugs, said Dr. Susi Vassallo, an emergency medicine doctor who works at New York City's Bellevue Hospital Center and occasionally deals with patients talking about bedbugs. Scores got sick, 1 died trying to kill bedbugs
  • Blunders in emergency medicine accounted for the greatest proportion, followed by orthopaedics. The Sun
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