Complex Emergency

A natural or man-made disaster with multiple economic, social and political dimensions
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"I have witnessed the level of suffering among people affected by this complex emergency", said Ursula Mueller in Bangui, after a week-long mission to the CAR.
At the occasion Secretary Relief, Rehabilitation and Settlement Department Mr.Abid Majeed, Director General of PDMA Parwaiz Khan, Director Complex Emergency Wing PDMA Zeeshan Abdullah, representatives of PDMA, TDP Secretariat including Secretary TDP Secretariat were also present.
Major emergencies and those needing complex emergency or critical care will go to the Grange University Hospital, once open.
The trauma center serves the most serious and complex emergency medical needs in all surrounding New Jersey counties, including Newark Liberty International Airport and the Port of New York and New Jersey.
The centre will be located in the Rashid Medical Complex with easy access to and from the Rashid Medical Complex Emergency and Trauma Centre.
He chose to focus his data research on Iraq, South Sudan, Syria and Yemen all countries where complex emergency scenarios often arise.
Al-Homaid chose to focus his data research on Iraq, South Sudan, Syria and Yemen -- all countries where complex emergency scenarios often arise.
(41) When an armed conflict and a peacetime disaster materialize simultaneously, the situation is often called a "complex emergency." (42) In such situations, the effects of the two phenomena coalesce to create an acute condition of human suffering, often making it impossible to distinguish between the two discrete causes.
Summary: Thiruvalla (Kerala) [India], Mar 19 (NewsVoir): A one year old infant named Aksar with large hole in the heart got a second life after he underwent rare and complex emergency surgery.
Cardiac surgeons at Dubai Hospital performed a complex emergency cardiac surgery that saved the life of a 37-year-old expatriate from Thailand.