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let them go to emergency rooms. (That is my feeble attempt to find something like "Let Them Eat Cake" for the title of this post.) Dan Froomkin gives us this beautiful quote from the president on the topic of access to health care:
Some people can't or won't pay, but fear of huge bills can deter the uninsured from visiting the emergency room even when they should. And sometimes they die as a result.
Romney: Let them go to emergency rooms. “But research shows that the uninsured with multiple sclerosis have less than 30 percent the likelihood of receiving the medicine they need than those with insurance do. Governor Romney knows how dependent these people are on prescription drugs and doctor visits.
When to Go to an Emergency Room. The difference between urgent care and emergency rooms is the severity of the health problem. If the condition is life-threatening, go to an emergency room. If the condition is a minor illness or injury, take advantage of the convenience and affordability your local GoHealth Urgent Care has to offer!
Let them eat cake — and go to the emergency room. The doctor who the patient sees has never seen the patient before and probably will not see the patient again. In most cases, there is no medical record available to guide the doctor on what’s going on, leaving him to rely on the patient as medical historian.
Bad Reasons to Go to an Emergency Room: Loss of consciousness. Signs of heart attack that last two minutes or more. These include: pressure, fullness, squeezing or pain in the center of the chest; tightness, burning, or aching under the breastbone; chest pain with lightheadedness.
22 thoughts on “Let’s All Go to the Emergency Room, or NOT” sophhearts says: September 2, 2018 at 11:57 am ... And there is a lot of people who are clueless to what is happening to them. They don’t know whether it is a simple thing that they can handle or if it is urgent.
Why Do So Many People Still Go to the Emergency Room? Written by Elizabeth Pratt on November 7, 2017 Researchers discover that Americans who need medical services will go to an emergency ...
In the middle of the night, around 2:30am, Halle had to go to the Emergency Room for difficulty breathing. She had some breathing problems earlier in the night, but they went away with a steam ...
And follow them! By complying with the follow-up instructions, you'll reduce your chances of having to go back to the ER, and you'll probably heal more quickly, too. Take the time to thank those who helped you, looked in on you, and made your stay as pleasant as a visit to the emergency room could be. They will appreciate it.