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The possibility for survival is one of the prime requisites for admission to a hospital’s critical care unit. Despite the importance of critical care medicine, it is a relatively new specialty. More recently, however, more and more physicians are undergoing training in critical care medicine. These doctors are called intensivists, and there is not enough of them to go around. As a matter of fact, many hospitals lack intensivists. The articles in this section are all about critical care.Displaying 1-10 of 11 result(s).Go to page: << First< Previous12Next >Last >>Some Important Facts On Head InjuriesPosted by Buddy Froggatt. Published on Sep 21, 2009 For the most part, when we get a bump on the head is just like any other type of minor bump and heals easily. Many people get freaked out when they get a cut on their head as they have a tendency to bleed profusely. The only reason they bleed so heavily is because the blood vessels are very close to the surface of the skin on your scalp. Ostomy Supplies And Options – Information Is A Vital Health ToolPosted by Morgan Le Fay. Published on Aug 10, 2009 Medical procedures that require a form of ostomy are seldom comfortable or convenient. The ostomy procedure itself is unpleasant and is usually only performed when it is absolutely necessary and in the best interest of the patient. One of the most common forms of ostomy procedure is the colostomy. This procedure consists of a "stoma" which is a hole in the abdomen by which waste is drawn from the intestines. Coronary Artery Disease -what You Need To KnowPosted by Blubert Tavedorn. Published on Jul 25, 2009 Coronary Artery Disease is commonly known as Heart Disease or Atherosclerosis. In coronary artery disease, plaque builds up inside the arteries. These plaques are formed by fats and cause the arteries to harden. The deposits are made of fat that came from the food that we eat. These fat deposits narrow the arteries and impede circulation. The narrowing of the arteries also causes high blood pressure because the body tries to compensate for the inadequate supply of blood throughout the system. How Does Partial Knee Replacement Surgery Differ From Total Knee Replacement?Posted by Jeremy Reither. Published on Jul 01, 2009 The information provided below is meant to educate the patient about the options available to hip replacement candidates. Ultimately your surgeon will make these decisions. A Small Bumped Head Can Really Be A Serious Brain AccidentPosted by Kirsten Whittaker. Published on May 19, 2009 The tragic accidental death of respected actress Natasha Richardson has brought attention to how a bumped head might seem minor enough, but can turn out to be a life threatening brain injury. Just as Natasha reportedly did, it’s common for someone who’s had a fall or been in a car crash to seem perfectly lucid just after the impact, only to deteriorate rapidly later on. How Much Time Will I Have To Be Off Work For Knee Replacement Surgery?Posted by Chris Al-Aswad. Published on Apr 17, 2009 Many patients are eager to know when they can return to work and resume their normal activities after knee replacement surgery. While the desire for a speedy recovery is nearly universal among patients, less understood and appreciated is the value of recovery time itself. Provided a patient’s recovery is uncomplicated, patients can return to office or similar light work at six weeks. Return to work should be phased, however, with three half-days in the first week, two full days in the second week, five half-days in the third week, and full-time by week four. Critical Illness Claim Statistics 2008Posted by Ray Prince. Published on Mar 28, 2009 In line with the trends of the last 3-4 years, many insurance companies have announced their claims statistics for critical illness cover. As a brief reminder, the idea with critical illness cover is that it will pay out a lump sum (usually) in the event of diagnosis of a number of serious illnesses. Critical illness cover is purchased for a variety of reasons, with the main ones being to cover a mortgage loan (both personal and business) and for family protection purposes. How To Carry Out A Head To Toe Survey Of A Wounded CasualtyPosted by J Fanning. Published on Jan 08, 2009 A head to toe survey is an evaluation of the trauma patient. In this evaluation, the "look, listen and feel" approach is used to evaluate the skin and everything it contains. There is an ordered approach to this survey as with ABC’s so it can be rapidly performed to minimize time at the scene. A Real Life ErPosted by Alice Lane. Published on Dec 26, 2008 Popular television shows and movies make the emergency room look like a dramatic, glamorous or even fun place. In reality, the emergency room is a department in a South Chicago hospital or medical center where patients receive treatment in situations that are often life-threatening. Immediate attention is rendered to all types of patients in an emergency room setting. How A Ct Scan Can Help Injury VictimsPosted by Nicole Martello. Published on Dec 19, 2008 After a person has been in a car accident, they are understandably in shock. Car accidents happen quickly, oftentimes before either party had time to react. For those who have been injured in a car accident, most of the trauma often ends up being in the head and neck, although cars with airbags are supposed to protect on impact. Go to page: << First< Previous12Next >Last >> Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.