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What should be your first question in case a patient is referred to you?
Where is the patient now?
Evaluation of a patient in an emergency room by emergency room physician.
How old is the patient?
What is the gender of the patient?
Can the patient talk?
Can the patient respond to verbal questions accurately?
Can the patient do spontaneous eye opening?
Does the patient respond to painful stimulus?
Is the patient conscious, oriented in time, space, and person?
Conscious means able to see, hear, and talk.
In pediatric patients younger than six months of age, the ability to make any verbal noise or cry is equivalent to talking.
How do you do quick assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of the patient?
A medical emergency with an individual victim.
Emergency medical record
What should an emergency medical record look like?
|What should an emergency room physician know?|
|Assessment in medical emergency situation.|
|A–Z alphabetical listing of human health emergency symptoms and signs.|
|Difference between an emergency room physician and physician at other locations.|
|Evaluation of a patient in an emergency room by emergency room physician.|
|Evaluation of a patient on the spot by an emergency medical responder, a physician.|
|Emergency room physician telephone conversation.|
|Emergency diagnosis and treatment.|
|Emergency Room (ER)|
|Symptoms, signs of medical emergencies.|
What is the difference between an emergency room physician training program and an emergency room physician on duty at a location? |
Establishing a training program for an emergency room physician and working at a specific location as an emergency room physician with eight hours duty with three shifts in 24 hours as an emergency room physician are two different services.
Who has established this emergency room physician training program?
Doctor Asif Qureshi has established this emergency room physician training program.
Biodata or profile of Doctor Asif Qureshi is at this resource: http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/aboutthefounder.html
Is there a difference between an emergency room physician and an emergency medical responder?
What are the differences between the duties of an emergency room physician and an emergency medical responder?
What advice is there for all emergency room physicians?
Take every complaint relevant to a patient seriously.
Do not wait until the patient goes into coma.
Do not wait until there is irreparable harm to the patient.
If you know that anyone else have inflicted intentional harms, report it immediately.
Update your abilities regularly every day.
Associate with truthful, well behaved, competent emergency room physicians and guide.
These resources http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/emergencymedicinedoctor.html are best to update your abilities as an emergency room physician.
Can I speak to the emergency room physician? |
Who is the supervisor at this medical emergency room?
What is the mailing address of this medical emergency room?
How does a medical emergency room look? |
Where are other nonmedical emergency rooms?
Usually nonmedical emergency rooms are at walkable distance of a medical emergency room.
Where is the patient now? |
What is the exact location of the patient now?
Is the location reachable within 3–10 minutes by the physician who received this report?
Who is the nearest emergency medical responder a physician to attend to this medical emergency?
What should others do who are not physicians or paramedics?
Make sure airway of the patient is open and clear.
What is a patent airway?
A patent airway is one that is open and clear.
Can the patient talk?
If the patient can talk, alert airway is patent.
A patient who is talking and alert has a patent airway.
Take a look at emergency medical complaints.
What emergency medical complaint does the patient have?
Specific emergency medical complaint patient has to go ahead accordingly.
What questions should you ask in case of a medical emergency?
What questions should you ask the patient?
What questions should you ask person with or reporting for the patient?
Are you the person reporting a medical emergency for yourself?
Do you have any existing medical condition?
Did you have any previous medical condition that does not exist now?
Do you take any medications now?
Did you take any medications in the past that you are not taking now?
Do you think any health care details need to be added?
Are you the person reporting a medical emergency of another person?
What do you have to do while reporting a medical emergency of another person?
What details should be ready?
How are you related to the person?
How do you know him or her?
|How do you do a quick assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of a conscious patient?|
|What should you enclose with the referral of the patient?|
|New Patient Consultation|
|Emergency call center|
|Emergency medical record|
What are various emergency medical diagnoses?|
How do you treat them?
How do you do a quick assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of an unconscious patient?|
If the patient is unconscious, these questions need to be answered.
How long has he/she been unconscious?
What do you think is the likely cause of the problem?
Does he/she have any existing medical condition?
Did he/she have any previous medical condition that does not exist now?
Does he/she take any medications now?
Did he/she take any medications in the past that he/she is not taking now?
|What are the reasons patients are not satisfied with services of medical doctors?|
|How do you do a quick assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of pediatric cases under the age of 28 days, six months, one year, and five years?|
|How do you do a quick assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of a person who is deaf and mute?|
|How do you do a quick assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of a person under anesthesia, sedation, or asleep?|