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emergency

a. a patient requiring urgent treatment
b. (as modifier): an emergency ward

emergency

A distress, or an urgency, condition that may affect the safety and security of the aircraft or passengers.
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An off-duty emergency medical technician helped them into a dinghy.
The emergency medical aspect of the trip was particularly well received, with the Parisians being briefed on how the emergency medical technician command structure works, how emergency medical technicians and paramedics are trained and how they operate in conjunction with hospital emergency rooms.
My own son, now a qualified emergency medical technician, has had to find work in Birmingham.
Beebe (Center for Rural Emergency Medical Services Education) and Funk (emergency medicine, Albany Medical College) offer step-by-step skill presentations in a scenario-based approach in this text/CD-ROM package for students in emergency medical technician programs.
The ACLJ is also representing an Illinois emergency medical technician who was fired for refusing to drive a woman to an abortion clinic.
Along with wife Judy, an emergency medical technician at Northallerton, he has bought an apartment in Costa Almeria, Spain.
Prior to joining Primerica Financial Services back in 1988, I was earning $5.90 an hour as an emergency medical technician while my wife was earning about $9 an hour as a clerk typist for the City of Los Angeles.
Do you have medical support such as an athletic trainer, emergency medical technician support, and a team doctor?
While she waited with her sister, an emergency medical technician employed by Seymour attempted a venipuncture procedure on her sister in order to create a portal for intravenous (IV) solutions that would be needed during surgery.
I'm a volunteer firefighter and emergency medical technician for the Win-Bur-Sew Fire Department in a small village west of Rockford, Illinois.
O'Brien, 35, an emergency medical technician, said he was delighted that he will finally be able to follow in his late father's footsteps.
She is presently certified in CPR and CPR Instruction as well as holding certification as an emergency medical technician, AHA CPR defibrillator instructor and holds a NJ DEP radiology license.

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