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What's The Machine Called That Measures Your Vitals In The Hospital
EKG: It is called an electrocardiographic heart monitor. A print out from the machine is called an electrocardiogram and is abbreviated EKG or in modern medical lingo, more often a ecg. The beeping is generally set to be more noisy when the heart rate is irregular, to help warn clinical staff who may not be able to continually look at the monitors.See 3 more doctor answers
Hello. Can you please tell me what the machine that measures heart rate and blood pressure in a hospital is called?
Call 911: Melatonin over the counter medication is used as sleep medicine besides several other conditions, with no scientific proof. Ld 50 lethal dose is not established, humans took as much as 6000 mg, you girl friend should be ok after stomach washing in er but need professional help (psychiatric) not to repeat again if her intension is suicide.See 1 more doctor answer
No formula: Just ask! Most hospitals have breastfeeding initiatives and want to do whatever they can to promote breastfeeding. Not sure what you have heard, but no one at the hospital is looking to give the baby formula unless you request it. You can also request that a pacifier or "binky" not be given.See 1 more doctor answer
What is it called when you stay in someone's home for short-term care after being in the hospital?
Not sure: Is it called " free boarding"? Not aware of what it is? Sorry.
Please explain what do you call the bag of water beside your bed you're connected to when in hospital?
IV fluid: Most patients in the hospital will have an IV which is a very small tube that allows fluid and medication to be administered. The bag of water is usually either Normal Saline or lactated ringers- water with nutrients added
What are the tests called to find out if have chlaymadia or gonnorhea? What do I say when I go to a hospital?
STD tests: If you are worried about sexually transmitted diseases, the best thing to do is to tell the doctor just what pt you are worried about, any symptoms you are having and they will order the correct tests. You do not have to know the name or what tests to order, it is not like going to a restaurant and picking tests from a menu.See 2 more doctor answers
See below: Primarily to suction any secretions from the mouth/trachea to avoid aspiration and subsequent infection.
Dock or bay: They are called ambulance docks or bays. Some other countries may have other special names for them.
I'm just wondering, if you call 911, does the ambulance have to take you to the nearest hospital?
Depends: If extremely ill/injured, goes to closest hospital / trauma center. If specialty insurance (kaiser), tries to take to their facility if stable. Jurisdictions set rules on where/how far will transport patient so can get ambulance back in service, but w/in reason, most allow choice of hospital. Hospitals can go on ambulance diversion if their er overcrowded & unsafe to get more patients.
Went for hsterscopoy on the 8 the hospital said they would send me the results to my home address got a call my gp has them is the results bad?
Unknown: Unable to guess the answer to your question. But I would assume your GP would like to discuss the results with you so you have a proper understanding of the results, and be able to answer any questions that you might have. Nothing in your question suggests that the results are necessarily "bad"
I've seen people take their family to the hospital cause of chest pains and wondered if it had been better to call 911, cause of all the medical equipm?
911 for chest pain: You are very smart to realize this. If you or a family member is experiencing severe chest pain or pressure on the chest, the best thing to do is to call 911. Also, get trained in CPR if you can.
Yes: You should always call the hospital, if you are able, to let them know you are coming in and why. They will be able to have a room prepared for you and have your paperwork ready. If there are space issues it also gives them time to do some rearranging so that by the time you get there you don't have to wait. All good things!See 1 more doctor answer
Release: You need to sign a "release" of information at your hospital in order to obtain copies of your medical records.See 1 more doctor answer
I am not sure what: You asking, I think the nurses have to call the doctor for any thing related to your health care.
Yes: There are systems in place for results of medical testing to be relayed to the patient in a confidential and prompt fashion. Speaking with the doctor about any abnormal test results would be beneficial to help determine any further recommendations.
I want my doctor when admitted to hospital. How can I insist he call the shots? He knows me best.
You can't: Sorry. The system is changing. Many hospitals now have "hospitalist services" who take over when you're admitted. Even in hospitals using the older system, your doctor must necessarily be in an "on-call" schedule since he/she can't be available all the time. Electronic medical records make "hand-off" communications excellent though. I advise that you see your doctor in the office after discharge.See 1 more doctor answer
My dad called me and said my grandma's lips are turning blue, and he took her to the hospital. What could be wrong with her?
Not sure: Is she cyanotic? There are just so many possible reasons - that guessing is not the best way to go.
I got a phone call from a hospital that I might have measles because of a girl. I had all of my shots, I feel fine, and it's been two weeks am I safe?
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