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Critical care is a type of practice that addresses conditions and problems which are immediately life-threatening. These may be abrupt emergency situations, or related to ongoing health problems. Family practices are generally not equipped for this kind of treatment. Critical care patients must seek intervention from an ICU, trauma unit, or emergency room. When faced with a critical care situation, it can be useful to have familiarity with common terminology.

  • Medical Toxicology - A type of emergency medicine related to overdoses, poisoning, chemical exposure, and similar problems.
  • Wilderness Medicine - Urgent care in remote areas. Practitioners of wilderness medicine are often working with limited supplies in variable environmental conditions. They generally treat injury or accidents related to fieldwork.
  • Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome - Also called MODS. The dysfunction or shutting down of several major internal organs. Patients with MODS require intervention and intensive care to maintain homeostasis and medical stability.
  • Endotracheal Tube - A tube which is inserted down the patient's trachea to maintain an open airway. These may be used with patients who are having respiratory problems, or with patients who are anesthetized.
  • Analgesic - A type of drug administered for pain relief. Some drugs, such as anesthetic agents, may have analgesic properties. Analgesics may be administered topically, orally, or by IV.
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - Also called NICU. Premature and congenitally ill newborn babies are cared for here. Family visits to the NICU may be helpful for infant well-being, though they may require family members to wear gowns, gloves, and other protective gear to prevent exposure to bacteria or viruses.
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    Urgent Care At Salmon Creek
    1319 Ne 134th St Ste 105, Vancouver, WA 98685
    (360) 566-4700
    Urgent Medical Center
    14201 Ne 20th Ave Ste 3101, Vancouver, WA 98686
    (360) 571-9799
    Family Care & Urgent Medical Clinics
    7701 Ne Highway 99, Vancouver, WA 98665
    (360) 574-2900
    Vancouver Clinic The
    2525 Ne 139th St, Vancouver, WA 98686
    (360) 882-2778
    DR Roger Wendel DMD
    7012 Ne 40th St, Vancouver, WA 98661
    (360) 254-5254
    Family Care & Urgent Medical Clinics
    4421 Ne St Johns Rd Ste F, Vancouver, WA 98661
    (360) 695-9922
    Pearson Medical Clinic
    527 2nd St, Woodland, WA 98674
    (360) 225-8911
    Urgent Medical Center
    9430 Ne Vancouver Mall Dr, Vancouver, WA 98662
    (360) 253-6947
    Geneva Health Center
    3838 Pacific Ave, Forest Grove, OR 97116
    (503) 357-1083
    The Vancouver Clinic
    700 Ne 87th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98664
    (360) 882-2778
    Geneva Health Center
    4655 Sw Griffith Dr Ste 165, Beaverton, OR 97005
    (503) 642-7429
    Elaine Vale MD
    800 Sw 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
    (503) 221-0161
    Mtn View Medical Urgent Care
    101 Nw 12th Ave, Battle Ground, WA 98604
    (360) 666-8418
    Vancouver Clinic The
    2005 W Main St, Battle Ground, WA 98604
    (360) 882-2778
    Bryan Miller DO
    434 S 1st Ave Ste 300, Hillsboro, OR 97123
    (503) 648-8210


    Critical care medicine is a branch in the medical field. It involves intensive care for patients who have suffered serious injuries, require internal organ support, or essentially have a medical emergency. There are specific doctors, surgeons and nursing professionals that work in this branch of medicine. As you may know, there are major hospitals, emergency room clinics, and medical facilities located in all regions. These medical facilities provide high levels of care for all your emergency medical needs. Typically, these facilities offer critical pediatric and neonatal care for children and babies. Nurses, physicians, emergency room specialists, and other medical professionals assist with critical care medicine every day. This often involves dealing with respiratory problems, therapy for bone fractures and serious sprains, as well as treatment for internal bruises. If someone suffers from a serious accident or injury, the medical care they receive must be urgent. After all, broken bones, heavy blood loss, and other serious injuries call for immediate medical attention. In some sever cases medications and prescription drugs are used to treat the patient. Surgeons, doctors and nursing experts in this branch of medicine provide intensive care, proper bandages, and the right level of critical care. These medical professionals respond quickly to certain injuries and health problems for men, women and children. One way to obtain more information pertaining to critical care medicine, local hospitals, and nearby clinics that provide this kind of emergency health care is by contacting local medical facilities in your area. This way you can make specific inquiries regarding many aspects of this branch of medicine.
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