Tag: "EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT"

CROWDED EMERGENCY ROOMS CAN BE DEADLY

CROWDED EMERGENCY ROOMS CAN BE DEADLY

Patients admitted to hospitals via crowded emergency departments (EDs) may be more likely to die in the hospital than similar patients admitted during slow periods.

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MILLIONS OF KIDDIES SWALLOWING SMALL BATTERIES!

MILLIONS OF KIDDIES SWALLOWING SMALL BATTERIES!

The gastrointestinal tract, also called the digestive tract, alimentary canal, or gut, is the system of organs within multicellular animals that takes in food, digests it to extract energy and nutrients, and expels the remaining waste. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Children Increasingly Visiting EDs After Ingesting Batteries By  Larry Hand, from Medscape May 14, 2012 — [...]

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THE “BAG LADY” IN THE E.R.

THE “BAG LADY” IN THE E.R.

To some degree, we all have the “Bag Lady” mentality. It is simply the thought that the future might be mean and we had better keep something that we would normally throw away in case “We might need it someday.” Women, because they must care for children, have this thought more frequently than men. In [...]

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