Procedures We Provide for Emergency & Trauma Care
How are emergency medicine and intensive care different?
Illnesses that could kill a person are treated with long-term intensive care. Emergency medicine takes care of people with short-term injuries (for example, a sprained ankle or broken arm).
Before taking a patient to the ICU or another part of the hospital, doctors and nurses stabilize them in the emergency room.
What is emergency and trauma care?
Emergency and trauma care involves the assessment, resuscitation, stabilization, and management of patients with acute and potentially life-threatening injuries or illnesses.
What should I expect during emergency and trauma care?
During emergency and trauma care, you can expect to receive prompt and appropriate medical attention, including assessment, stabilization, and treatment of your condition. You may undergo diagnostic tests and imaging studies, and receive medications, procedures, and surgeries as needed.
What happens after emergency and trauma care?
After emergency and trauma care, you may require ongoing care and treatment to ensure a full recovery. Your healthcare provider will provide guidance and instructions on follow-up care, medication management, and other necessary interventions.