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emergency medicine

[ə‚mər·jən·sē ′med·ə·sən]
(medicine)
The medical specialty that comprises the immediate decision making and action necessary to prevent death or further disability under emergency conditions.
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The conference will host Stanford Hospital emergency medicine professor Dr S V Mahadevan and European Society for Emergency Medicine member and website committee chair Dr Eric Revue.
'It's the end of graduates' training but the start of an acute care and emergency medicine momentum that is much needed across Pakistan,' said Dr Lubna Samad, a programme director at the IHN and also part of the hospital's certification programme.
Program Director Patrick Cody and Associate Program Director Angela Carrick lead the Emergency Medicine Residency.
EmergencyMedicine-2018 features highly enlightening and interactive sessions to encourage the exchange of ideas across a wide range of disciplines in the field of Emergency Medicine. All pre-eminent universities, research institutions, Emergency Specialists and physicians and societies and associations are welcomed to share the research papers on all aspects of this rapidly augmenting field and the recent advancements and technologies being currently used.
The researchers found that of the 58,641 unique emergency medicine clinicians, 61.1, 14.3, and 24.5 percent were classified as emergency physicians, non-emergency physicians, and advanced practice providers, respectively.
TeamHealth has more than 20,000 affiliated physicians and advanced practice clinicians who offer outsourced emergency medicine, hospital medicine, critical care, anesthesiology, orthopedic hospitalist, acute care surgery, obstetrics and gynecology hospitalist, ambulatory care, post-acute care and medical call centre solutions to more than 3,200 acute and post-acute facilities and physician groups nationwide.
TeamHealth revealed on Monday the completion of the acquisition of Emergency Medicine Consultants (EMC) Ltd and its affiliated entities.
Up to 500 participants, including physicians, paramedics, pharmacists, allied healthcare providers, dentists and nurses, are expected to attend the conference, which will cover the fundamentals of pediatric emergency medicine. Pediatric emergency medicine is the branch ofmedicinethat involves thecare of infants, children, and adolescents.
It is to be noted that with three successful and rapidly growing editions and more than 1100 delegates, 30+ participating countries, and an exceptional scientific program delivered by over 100 reputable local and international speakers, the ESEM is becoming the largest and best Emergency Medicine Conference in the Middle East.
Emergency medicine is a dynamic specialty focused on the rapid identification, evaluation, and treatment of patients who are acutely ill or injured.
The Washington Manual of Emergency Medicine (online access included)
With the aim of inspiring and encouraging the next generation of medical practitioners to consider specialising in emergency medicine, it is anticipated that it will also support Wales-wide efforts to recruit and retain emergency doctors for the Welsh NHS, and ensure that doctors can deliver the safest and best care possible.

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