Uninsured people and people with commercial insurance are about equally likely to visit an emergency room
for minor ailments.
Reynolds now has such a plan for her current business, something she learned the hard way when her emergency room
venture failed as a result of the unanticipated natural disasters.
Conditions can be tough for patients who drive to the current 21-bed emergency room
, especially at night, he said.
The tax money is used to offset $800,000 worth of emergency room
physician contracts, Gentry said.
The other patient who required intubation in the emergency room
because of laryngeal edema remained intubated for 48 hours.
As a result, missed appendectomies are the most common successful malpractice claim made against emergency room
physicians, studies in the United States and Europe show.
market for emergency room
equipment was valued at over $960 million.
A familiar name soon will be on an emergency room
near you as Texas Health Resources adds 31 freestanding emergency rooms
and one 50-bed hospital to its namesake.
It is not a bad thing -- where they're trying to rebuild the emergency room
and trying to have a bigger capacity,'' said Carol Mayer, director of Los Angeles County's Department of Emergency Services.
IN JANUARY USA Today announced that "methamphetamine accounts for more emergency room
visits than any other drug.
Though the CPOE module can function independently, it is designed as a portion of their emergency department management (EDM) module for emergency room
The researchers tabulated data for asthma-related emergency room
visits around the dates when a sumithrin-based pesticide was sprayed in each of 162 residential zip code areas in the city during July-September 2000.