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Accident & Emergency medical equipment

An emergency department (ED) or an accident & emergency department (A&E)/ emergency room (ER) / emergency ward (EW) or casualty department, is a medical treatment facility specializing in emergency medicine, the acute care of patients who present without prior appointment.

PrimedeQ has wide range of Emergency Equipment such as Air Cleaner, Air-Purifying Respirator,  Ambulance, Automatic Chest Compressor, Patient bed alert System, Backboard, Cervical Collar, Emergency Aspirator, Splint, Stretcher/Patient trolley, Resuscitators and Emergency Kits,  Transport Ventilator, Water Decontamination System, Wheelchair Accessible Van.

Brands available with PrimedeQ are Bharath Engineering Works, Drager, GEMS, Hospitech, Mathurams, Niscomed, Philips, Smiths Medical

An A&E department or Casuality deals with genuine life-threatening emergencies, such as:

  • unconscious patient
  • acute confused state and fits that are not stopping
  • chest pain, angina or heart attack
  • breathing difficulties
  • severe bleeding that is not stopping
  • severe allergic reactions
  • severe burns or scalds
  • stroke / Sun-stroke
  • major trauma such as a road traffic accident
  • Fall
  • Snake bite/ poisoning
Is your hospital equipped well to deal with these emergencies?
A typical hospital has its emergency department in  the ground floor with its own dedicated entrance acessible straight from the entrance of the hospital and with easy access by ambulance. As patients can present at any time and with any complaint, a key part of the operation of an emergency department is the prioritization of cases based on clinical need. This process is called triage.

Triaging normally consists of a brief assessment, including a set of vital signs, and the assignment of a "chief complaint" (e.g. chest pain, abdominal pain, difficulty breathing, etc.). In most hospitals, this role is fulfilled by a triage nurse, although dependent on training levels in the country and area, other health care professionals may perform the triage sorting, including paramedics or physicians. Triage is typically conducted face-to-face when the patient presents, or a form of triage may be conducted via radio with an ambulance crew; in this method, the paramedics will call the hospital's triage center with a short update about an incoming patient, who will then be triaged to the appropriate level of care.

The accident & emergency department is usually staffed by nurses, emergency physicians, paramedics and attendants round the clock.

Most patients will be initially assessed at triage and then passed to another area of the department, or another area of the hospital,

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