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Casualty

The complete or partial destruction of property resulting from an identifiable event of a sudden, unexpected, or unusual nature.
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4 Medico legal cases form a major component of emergencies brought to casualty department of all teaching hospitals, which is mainstay to deal with all such cases.
We aimed to evaluate the hospital casualty department in the Polokwane/Mankweng Hospital Complex in terms of caseload, influencing factors and implications on resource utilisation.
We will review the conditions at the Paediatric Casualty Department of Saqr Hospital and either come up with strict measures on accepting the emergency cases or the whole section will be shut down," he said.
Neil Halford, a consultant in the QE casualty department was on duty when Lawrence Steel arrived.
Health chiefs want to shut one casualty department at either Monklands or Hairmyres in East Kilbride, health minister Andy Kerr's constituency.
The last patient to be treated at Middlesbrough General Hospital's casualty department, has left the building.
Just how the nurse is supposed to decide whether the man pinning her to the floor of the casualty department is a yob or a patient who has lost his anti-depressants remains a mystery.
At the entrance end on the ground floor is the administration, and opposite at the west end the casualty department with its own drive for ambulances.
Three children identified as Humera, Saba and Anila along with their teacher Shahid Khokhar received severe injuries and were transported to the casualty department of Chandka Medical College Teaching Hospital.
HOW can they justify shutting either casualty department at Calderdale Royal Hospital or Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and say it won't cost lives?
Four 0other injured were also provided needed support at JPMC casualty department, said the officials.
Yesterday, we told how the new South Glasgow University Hospital was the worst performing casualty department in Scotland, with only 83.

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