Complex Emergency

A natural or man-made disaster with multiple economic, social and political dimensions
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Cardiac surgeons at Dubai Hospital performed a complex emergency cardiac surgery that saved the life of a 37-year-old expatriate from Thailand.
The hospital will deal with all major emergencies, and will treat and care for those needing complex emergency or critical care.
The hospital will deal with all major emergencies and will treat and care for those needing complex emergency or critical care.
The degraded performance and ambiguous commands might have decreased the SIC's (co-pilot) situational awareness, and he did not react appropriately in this complex emergency, resulting in the aircraft becoming upset," the report read.
The exercise participants expressed a great deal of enthusiasm for the outcome of the exercise and believe it challenged their organization's ability to respond to a complex emergency while deploying and operating emergency equipment.
In his remarks the Secretary of Population Welfare Department thanked the Health Department for their support to this very important issue which is not only impeding the development of the province but due to which the government is unable to provide basic facilities to the residents of the province which is suffering from complex emergency, influx of TDPs from FATA and very sizable refugee population from Afghanistan.
This was stated by speakers addressing the closing ceremony of a three-day Complex Emergency Simulation Exercise "FAST RESPONSE 2015" conducted by National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) in collaboration with World Food Programme (WFP) held here at a hotel on Thursday.
As the P-3 airframe continues to age, new and complex malfunctions appear, demanding effective CRM and training that ensures aircrews are as prepared as possible for complex emergency scenarios.
Cardiac surgeons from Dubai Hospital performed a complex emergency cardiac surgery that lasted more than 12 hours on the man.
Unicef Ireland's executive director Peter Power said: "This is the most complex emergency to which we have ever had to respond and it has required agility in the provision of products, supply chains and service delivery.
Despite more than a decade of international and government development efforts, from a humanitarian perspective Afghanistan remains a protracted complex emergency where 5 million people need lifesaving assistance," said Mark Bowden, the head of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Afghanistan.