Department of Emergency Medicine

Department of Emergency Medicine

Children, tireless researchers of everything new, energetic acrobat, curious creatures, sometimes find themselves in emergencies in which urgent medical care is required. Their anatomical and physiological features contribute to the development of certain diseases that can be dangerous. The Tel Aviv Medical Clinic operates an emergency department for children whose health has been damaged for various reasons. The timely intervention of specialists helps to eliminate symptoms of the disease and its possible consequences.

What functions are performed by the Emergency Medicine Department?

The department of our clinic receives small patients with serious diseases, pathologies, and problems that pose a clear threat to life. The office is equipped with international standards. On its territory, there are wards and bathrooms adapted for children with disabilities. Attentive, sensitive staff receive and register small patients entering the department.

After examination and collection of complaints, doctors will determine the severity of the disease, will carry out rapid but effective diagnostics, thanks to state-of-the-art equipment. The results of the examination influence the appointment of further short-term treatment measures, as required by the patient 's state of health. Then doctors observe the dynamics of improvement of the patient 's condition.

After providing the first emergency care, which can include both therapeutic and surgical measures, having stabilized the condition of the patient, the child is sent already to the specialized department, according to the profile of his disease. The Israeli medical center is on 24-hour duty, including on weekends.

When children require emergency medical care?

In children, the concept of "health" is considered a variable condition. Still in the afternoon joyful, cheerful baby, by the evening, can suddenly fall, sow, fight in cramps. Emergency doctors must deal with the cause and eliminate it.

  • Coma triggered by diabetes mellitus.
  • Loss of consciousness with impaired breathing.
  • The acute manifestation of symptoms characteristic of allergic reactions.
  • High pressure.
  • Serious injuries.
  • Types of accidents such as domestic burns, frostbite, heat shock.
  • Suffocation.
  • Bites of poisonous insects, animals suspected of rabies.
  • Severe headache accompanied by speech confusion, clouded consciousness.
  • Sharp pain in the stomach, side, chest, or lumbar.