True Emergency

A situation in which a reasonably prudent person, without medical training, would determine that immediate care is needed
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If you don't have what I call a true emergency, this would not be the time to come to the emergency room.
Once a plan has been adopted, it should be circulated to all employees so they know what to do and who to contact in case of a true emergency.
It is important that businesses prepare like true emergency responders.
In the absence of a true emergency that will galvanise German action, the EU faces the very real prospect of remaining in a holding pattern - an outcome that the struggling bloc can ill afford.
In the absence of a true emergency that will galvanize German action, the EU faces the very real prospect of remaining in a holding pattern -- an outcome that the struggling bloc can ill afford.
True emergency preparedness involves hours of research determining what your family might need in various situations, gathering everything and organizing it all in a safe, accessible place.
One doubts anyone in a true emergency will stop to ask the price of the ride as they are being carted off the heart attack may come later, when they get the bill.
That's what listeners will see and/or hear at 2:20pm Wednesday (9/27) -- unless there's a true emergency that unfolds.
Of course, there is the risk of a car crash, cancer, heart attack, or other true emergency.
In 2015/2016, 1203 Queenslanders presented to emergency departments with splinters, 434 of these in the hand or wrist, using valuable resources meant for patients in true emergency situations.
Around a dozen teens were present on a Saturday morning at a county high school to hear general manager, Taylor Lathinghouse, explain routine vehicle maintenance, how to check the oil, when the check engine light is a true emergency and the proper time to pull over, among other car-related tasks.
I had only one sick day left, and I wanted to save it in case of a true emergency.