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Is Your Chest pain a Heart Attack? What to do if You have a Heart Attack? Doctor Prasoon

Is Your Chest pain a Heart Attack? What to do if You have a Heart Attack? Doctor Prasoon

Hey, what’s up? doctor prasoon here. Could that chest pain that you’re experiencing, could it be a heart attack, what is a heart attack and what is the difference between heart attack and cardiac arrest. What should you do if Read more…


When to take an adult to the ER for vomiting

When to take an adult to the ER for vomiting

– Certainly it’s when you feel sort of extra weak and dehydrated so that certainly if you’re dizzy on standing, if you’ve had a symptom like you’ve never had before ’cause a lot of people have had vomiting, so if Read more…


How to Treat an Asthma Attack – First Aid Training – St John Ambulance

How to Treat an Asthma Attack – First Aid Training – St John Ambulance

In an asthma attack, the muscles of the air passages in the lungs go into spasm. This makes the airways narrower, making it difficult to breathe. This can be triggered by an allergy, a cold, or smoke. At other times, Read more…


Most Insane ER Horror Stories You Won’t Be Able to Stomach

Most Insane ER Horror Stories You Won’t Be Able to Stomach

In 2010, a 29-year old British construction worker was hard at work at the construction site. He had followed all the necessary safety rules and was wearing a hard hat and a pair of sturdy steel toecap boots. But then Read more…


When to go to the ER for stomach pain

When to go to the ER for stomach pain

When do you go to the ER with stomach pain? Holly Baselle, DO Emergency Medicine – So abdominal pain is one of the top reasons that patients come seeking care in the Emergency Department. It can be caused by something Read more…


When should I go to the emergency room for a cough? – Portsmouth Regional Hospital

When should I go to the emergency room for a cough? – Portsmouth Regional Hospital

A person should go to the emergency room for a cough if they’re having difficulty breathing. If they’re breathing is labored, if they can’t walk more than a few feet without losing their breath, if they’re having high fevers, chills, Read more…


“Pediatric Endotracheal Intubation” by Josh Nagler for OPENPediatrics

“Pediatric Endotracheal Intubation” by Josh Nagler for OPENPediatrics

Pediatric Endotracheal Intubation by Dr. Joshua Nagler. This instructional video will discuss the indications and contraindications for tracheal intubation. It will review pertinent airway anatomy, and the procedural equipment, the steps required to successfully perform tracheal intubation, including appropriate aftercare, Read more…


15 Signed Phrases for Emergency Medical Questions in American Sign Language

15 Signed Phrases for Emergency Medical Questions in American Sign Language

Hello! Today, I’m going to be teaching 15 sentences for emergency professional — maybe emergency medical professionals, EMTs, so one EMT ask me about these types of signs, and he and his team came up with a list of 15 Read more…


When should I go to the emergency room for chest pain? – Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center

When should I go to the emergency room for chest pain? – Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center

– In most instances, a patient with chest pain should probably be evaluated in the emergency department. It is hard for someone at home to make that distinction. Part of what an emergency physician does is tease out with a Read more…


8 Household Animals Who Ate Their Owners

8 Household Animals Who Ate Their Owners

He are 8 household animals who ate their owners. These barbaric beasts will make you think twice about getting yourself a pet! Today’s video was done in collaboration with Down the Rabbithole. More on that later. Number 8: The fish Read more…