True Emergency

A situation in which a reasonably prudent person, without medical training, would determine that immediate care is needed
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Nobody is going to email you about a true emergency, so leave your email alone for the first few hours of each day.
However, she explained to MPs in writing that "true emergency and critical cases" were attended to immediately.
A true emergency would require immediate intervention in the form of the premature delivery of a living baby, not the slow and violent destruction of a child followed by the delivery of a dead baby.
But both challenge the notion that there was a true emergency. Becerra said past presidents used such declarations after the Sept.
Even if advocates can point to challenges on the southern border, they do not rise to anywhere near the threshold of a true emergency, upon close scrutiny.
He also reminded the public to call 901 for general inquires and dial 999 number in cases of true emergency only.
"It's a true emergency, because the longer you wait, the more damage it does to the liver," veterinarian Eva Evans said, according to ( a report on ABC13.
Although the CED is designed to treat true emergency cases, the co-located UCC can offer care for non-emergency cases, including upper respiratory issues like sore throats and coughs, rashes, or low-grade fevers.
"If you don't have what I call a true emergency, this would not be the time to come to the emergency room."
It is important that businesses prepare like true emergency responders.
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.
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.