Susan Reynolds, MD, PhD, admits to initially having no formal business plan for the Malibu Emergency Room
she built in the 1980s.
You'd be brought in to triage, and unless you had something life-threatening, you'd be sitting in the emergency room
waiting room for some time -- if there's a seat,'' Seaver said.
As long as our community wants us to operate a 24-hour emergency room
14] The one patient in our study who had an abscess had been diagnosed promptly by fiberoptic laryngoscopy in the emergency room
and was immediately transferred to the operating room for airway control followed by incision and drainage.
If we at least implement a product that the emergency room
physicians and nurses have helped choose we may be able to circumvent the obvious implementation problems that an EMR will undoubtedly cause.
On the day of the boy's hospital discharge, his 8-month-old sister was taken to the emergency room
only to learn that its emergency room
wasn't staffed to treat her condition--chest pain--because it was a "standby" emergency room
and not a full-scale emergency room
This treatment has many potential uses including soldiers injured on the battlefield, patients admitted to the Emergency Room
with severe injuries, patients undergoing major surgery such as coronary artery bypass surgery and patients in intensive care," said Leading Ventures' Rodenrys (www.
The expansion of the emergency room
and ICU are among eight projects in phase one of the master plan.
A 20-year-old university student goes to the university hospital emergency room
with fever and severe muscle aches.
He calls the emergency room
and confers with poison control.
Instead, local ordinances direct the paramedics to proceed to the nearest emergency room
, unless the physician advising them on the radio--their "on-line medical director'--tells them otherwise.