Emergency Medicine

Emergency medicine is the medical specialty involving care for identical and unscheduled patient volunteers with injuries requiring immediate medical treatment. Emergency physicians are responsible for beginning examinations and interventions to investigate and treat patients in the acute phase including initial rejuvenation and stabilization, coordinating care with doctors from other specialties, and making opinions regarding a patient's need for hospital admission, examination, and discharge. Emergency physicians generally practice in hospital emergency departments, pre-hospital settings through emergency medical assistance and intensive care units.