Principles of emergency care by definition emergency care is care that must be rendered without delay in a hospital ed several patients with diverse health problems some life threatening some not may present to the ed simultaneously. The emergency response begins with the preparation of equipment and personnel before any emergency occur initial response ask for help intervene do not do further harm instruction to helper s proper information and instruction to helper helpers would provide organized first aid care emergency action principles 1. On successful completion of the principles of emergency care module you will be able to demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of the physiological and pathophysiological processes which patients requiring emergency care may experience. Emergency care is a broad specialty emergency nurses have an increasing part to play in its delivery wherever it occurs emergency nurses require a depth and breadth of knowledge and skill to care for patients with undifferentiated and undiagnosed problems. The variety on the implementation principles actions and priorities is so broad and diverse that it goes from the circumstances the context and the situation of those who must carry out the work to the countries where the emergency occurs
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