By Alberto J. Machado
ABC en emergencias fue pensado como una herramienta de trabajo. Un ayuda memoria, o una guía rápida acerca de cómo enfrentamos, y que puntos relevantes no dejar de considerar, en distintas situaciones frecuentes en Emergencias.
Emergencias es los angeles especialidad médica que estudia los hechos y situaciones patológicas de aparición súbita que ponen en riesgo o comprometen l. a. salud.
En Emergencias el tiempo nos corre, y el momento en que tomamos diferentes conductas, durante los angeles evolución del paciente, inftuye directamente en el pronóstico.
En ninguna otra especialidad, se pone en juego l. a. capacidad de decisión tiempo dependiente.
La acción organizada y sistematizada frente a una emergencia, es l. a. que redundará en mayores beneficios, permitiéndonos valorar que "es" y que "no es" de riesgo very important. Un manejo desorganizado, transforma los angeles situación, que de por sí ya es crítica, en un caos con el perjuicio directo sobre el paciente.
ABC en emergencias es un educational de consulta rápida, cuando tenemos poco tiempo para consultar.
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