Accident and emergency (A&E)

Accident and emergency (A&E)

This department (sometimes called Casualty) is where you're likely to be taken if you've called an ambulance in an emergency.

It's also where you should come if you've had an accident, but can make your own way to hospital.

These departments operate 24 hours a day, every day and are staffed and equipped to deal with all emergencies.

Patients are assessed and seen in order of need, usually with a separate minor injuries area supported by nurses. The severity of a brain damage can range from a moderate concussion to a excessive damage that would result in coma or even demise. Sudden and profound damage to the brain may be observed by using secondary brain damage – a cascade of cell, chemical, tissue, or blood vessel changes that broaden inside the hours to days after an accident. Neurosurgeon makes use of advanced techniques to constantly reveal sufferers with serious mind injuries with a view to treat and prevent such secondary mind harm.

Accident and emergency (A&E) – Medical Procedures

Cerebral Angiography

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