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Subspecialties include: Anesthesiology Critical Care Medicine, Emergency Medical Services, Hospice and Palliative Medicine, Internal Medicine-Critical Care Medicine, Medical Toxicology, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Sports Medicine, Undersea and Hyperbaric Medicine
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Typical minimum fee for Record Review and Report Writing for this Specialty: $250 per hour
Typical minimum fee for Testimony for this Specialty: $300 per hour
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Medical Malpractice issues: Standard of care
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Taken from Wikipedia.org:
Emergency medicine is a medical specialty involving care for undifferentiated, unscheduled patients with acute illnesses or injuries that require immediate medical attention. While not usually providing long-term or continuing care, emergency physicians undertake acute investigations and interventions to resuscitate and stabilize patients. But emergency physicians also treat a wide variety of minor illnesses, since they provide care 24 hours a day when many primary care offices are closed. Emergency physicians generally practice in hospital emergency departments, pre-hospital settings viaemergency medical services, and intensive care units, but also work in a variety of settings including urgent care clinics and other primary care settings. In developing countries, emergency medicine is still evolving and international emergency medicine programs offer hope of improving basic emergency care where resources are limited.
In the United States and other developed countries, emergency medicine is now recognized as an essential public service. Although it developed more than 40 years ago, it is still one of the newest medical specialties. In developed countries, esp. in the US, emergency medicine has achieved recognition for it’s contributions to public health and academic medicine. Most academic medical centers have independent departments of Emergency Medicine, and the specialty is now a popular specialty among medical students and residents.
International Emergency Medicine is now its own subspecialty, and focuses not only on the global practice of emergency medicine but also on efforts to promote the growth of emergency care throughout the world. This article highlights the development of emergency medicine in the United States, and includes some aspects of Emergency medicine in other countries.
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