emergency case

Translations

emergency case

ncaso urgente
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Citizens who face any emergency case can contact the UAE missions abroad or call the hotline 80044444.
Al Baloushi concluded his speech by saying that the last emergency case represented a real test for the level of preparedness of the work team at Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange and its readiness to face emergency cases.
" The government hospitals along with private medical institutes and clinics have been asked to treat patients complaining of heatstroke as emergency case and give immediate treatment,"a senior health official said.
10 (SUNA) - The federal Health Minister, Bahr Idriss Abu Garda, has affirmed the non-existence of any suspected case of the Ebola epidemic in Sudan, announcing the readiness of the ministry to prevent entry the disease in the country and to intervene in the emergency case.
These patients are less likely to have surgery than those whose first admission was not an emergency case, according to the report.
It's an emergency case, and now, we are taking the patient to a private shop," said Ram Kumar Singh, a patient's relative.
During these meetings, we do a mock emergency case scenario so that the first aid responders get more experience in responding to emergencies.
It seems to me that there is probably are behavioral and physiological mechanisms, to some degree genetically (and thus evolutionarily) based, that encourage in early reproductions, in the emergency case of no present father and delayed reproduction in the relative stability of the home with the father present.
He added: 'I'm looking at this as an emergency case. So maybe we will skip the protocol.'
Summary: Health Minister Wael Abu Faour ordered Thursday a medical dispensary near Beirut to shut down over the usea of expired medicine and warned a Jounieh hospital for not receiving an emergency case.
Hence, CPRH would like to recommend the following measures to address the aforementioned problems: 1) improve emergency case capacities of public hospitals; 2) increase budget for public hospitals' maintenance and other operating expenses; 3) ensure hospital emergency assistance funds; 4) follow WHO-prescribed health-worker-to patient-ratio.
Under the new law, stricter penalties would be served to hospitals who would refuse treatment of emergency case patients because of a lack of money.

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