emergency procedure


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n emergency procedure (medicine) a procedure adopted to meet an emergency (especially a medical emergency)
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In literature:

But best you rehearse your slipstick jockeys in emergency procedures.
"Where I Wasn't Going" by Walt Richmond

In news:

Costa Concordia capsizing and cruise ship safety: Industry experts say that such megaships should be able to handle emergencies and that passengers must heed safety procedures.
In addition to diagnostic cardiac procedures, this lab is where the interventional cardiologists perform the emergency percutaneous cardiac intervention (PCI) to stop the damage of a heart attack.
Safety Procedures for Responding to Mobile Conveyance Emergencies.
The handling of software vulnerabilities has come a long way in the past decade with the emergence of generally accepted procedures for reporting and responding to vulnerabilities.
Your spouse is in the emergency room at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge because of chest pain, and the doctor who examined him or her has ordered several tests, including a procedure called a heart catheterization.
A large study finds that it is OK to have a non-emergency procedure to open clogged heart arteries in a hospital that doesn't have surgeons ready to operate if something goes wrong.
She is responsible for planning, implementing, and improving emergency management plans, programs, and procedures to ensure a coordinated response to major emergencies or disruptions to continuity of operations in the city.
The course is designed for ages 12 to 18, and participants can learn baby-sitting strategies, emergency procedures and more.
Explorers will become acquainted with fire and emergency crews and procedures, both in classroom and field environments, including actual "hands-on" field experience.
Friday's mass shooting at a Connecticut elementary school has local parents wondering what safety and emergency procedures are in place at our local schools.
Rescuing animals is mandatory under federal law, which requires local and state governments to include plans for pets in emergency procedures.
On Sept 6, the Farm Service Agency sent Notice FLP-622 to state and county offices with guidance on how to establish losses to pasture, livestock and salvaged crops and procedures regarding emergency loan programs.
School board members are asking the administration to re-examine procedures for contacting parents of school children in the event of an emergency.
Randy is articulated and can be used in various life-saving exercises including auto extrication, application of antishock trousers and other emergency evacuation procedures.
For patients who visit an emergency room with chest pains, but who don't have an abnormal EKG or elevated troponin levels, a CT scan can send them home earlier than conventional diagnostic procedures, doctors reported Wednesday.

In science:

The original pro ject of deriving out of this procedure the Tsallis entropy did not yield satisfactory conclusions. A new and unexpected result emerged from these attempts.
From Knowledge, Knowability and the Search for Objective Randomness to a New Vision of Complexity
No other values emerge for an (n ≥ 3) as can be verified by repeating this procedure.
Exact Ground-State Energies of the Random-Field Ising Chain and Ladder
In complex cases, experts can teach, for example, a robot to do different tasks. The experience of a test pilot can be used for the development recovery procedures in cas e of emergencies. Possible a pplications of the proposed methodology 1. It becomes feasible to create fail-proof systems.
Bounded Input Bounded Predefined Control Bounded Output
Before trusting those effective equations in the inhomogeneous case one needs to make sure that there is a well-defined Hamiltonian constraint operator emerging from the procedure described here.
Quantum Riemannian Geometry and Black Holes
In this way, a systematic renormalization procedure emerges.
Introduction to Chiral Perturbation Theory