Medical Emergency

Information about emergency medicines for medical emergencies.  

Welcome to the emergency medicine section of the correct dot com. This section is where we have collected the core emergency medical information and have presented in useful and succinct manner.

Medical emergencies, like any other, do not come after an announcement and the worst part is that most of us do not come to know when it hits us. Lack of knowledge and inexperience is the reason behind it. And it is quite obvious to think that �no, it is probably not an emergency� and hence we delay in calling the ambulance or asking for help. So it is of extreme importance to know what is a medical emergency exactly.

Definition of Medical Emergency
Medical emergency is defined as a situation or condition wherein a person is feared to lose his or her life or is subjected to such conditions where he or she can have permanent health damages. The treatment of such emergencies varies widely, it can call for a simple first aid band-aid to emergency professionals.

We have detailed information on the following types of emergencies along with the evaluation, including the treatment. The information we have here in the below mentioned links have the physical symptoms of persons in trauma also, so that you can come to know of the traits or symptoms as soon as you see a victim or person and take immediate action.

  • Angiography: Examination of the blood vessels when a radio-opaque substance is injected in the body is called angiography.

  • Cardiovascular Disorders: Breathlessness, palpitations, sweating even under the fan, severe chest pain, etc. are all common symptoms that we know, but there is more to recognize cardiovascular emergencies. Know it all here.

  • Disaster Management: Disaster management does not need much explanation with the recent damages caused by natural as well as man-made disasters. Be it earthquakes, cyclone or pollution caused by plastic on the humongous scale, it needs to be managed after it hits. Be it in the form of traffic management on cluttered roads, providing food or clothes to the victims or shelter in the rehabilitations centers, etc. It needs proper training and systematic approach to be able to help in a way that will cater to the special and specific urgent needs.

  • Emergency Resuscitation: This section deals with trouble in breathing or the respiration process. CPR (cardio pulmonary resuscitation) is an example of how to deal with this emergency.

  • Endocrine and Electrolyte Emergencies

  • ENT Maxillofacial and Dental Emergencies: ENT is the abbreviation of ear, nose and throat and maxillofacial means surgeries related to the upper jaw of the face and the denture too. Find information on the same in this section.

  • Genitourinary Emergencies

  • GI Emergencies: Gastrointestinal are something that people rarely think of as an emergency, but what you need to know is it can lead to severe consequences, after all it deals with your one of the most important systems in the body, the digestive system.

  • Gynecologic Emergencies: Ladies, find relief here in our section that deals with all the gynecological issues that might be pestering you if you feel shy to consult your doctor right away. Know if you are suffering of an infection of any kind that you have not paid attention to yet.

The following are some emergencies that deal with the most ignored and not-so-known problems that need immediate action. Find recourse in at least being aware of what these emergencies actually are and what to do and how to know if this has hit any of your loved ones.
  • Infectious Disease Emergencies

  • Neurologic Emergencies

  • Ophthalmologic Emergencies

  • Orthopedic Emergencies

  • Psychiatric Emergencies

  • Pulmonary Emergencies

  • Trauma

Emergency Resuscitation

Neurologic Emergencies

Gynecologic Emergencies

Orthopedic Emergencies

Infectious Disease Emergencies

Ophthalmologic Emergencies

Computed Tomography

Cardiovascular Disorders

GI Emergencies

ENT Maxillofacial and Dental Emergencies

Psychiatric Emergencies

Angiography MRI and V/Q

Bedside Ultrasound in Emergency Medicine

Pulmonary Emergencies

Genitourinary Emergencies

Endocrine and Electrolyte Emergencies


Disaster Management

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