You’ve got a child with epilepsy, a child who’s been diagnosed with a neurological disorder and they need to be treated in the emergency room.
You’ve seen them in the intensive care unit.
You know what they’re going through and what’s the best way to care for them?
The best thing you can do is call your pediatric emergency room provider.
That’s what Dr. Jodi Ressler, a pediatric emergency care specialist at New York University School of Medicine, told me.
“That’s a great option to have,” Ressler said.
“You can do it from your own home, or even from a mobile phone, and it’s a very simple procedure.
It’s really the safest and most effective option.”
What’s in it for you?
The most important thing to remember is that it’s your child.
You don’t have to wait for the emergency department to arrive.
Ressler says that in many cases, emergency care providers will take the child into the ICU and take them there.
They’re there to care and monitor them for signs of seizures and if they’re in distress.
“There are people who can treat these patients with IV fluids and electrolytes and drugs and they can really make a difference in the child’s quality of life,” Ressa said.
Ressa recommends that parents call their pediatric emergency department first, then bring their child in and see if they can be treated.
She says the best part of that is that the pediatric emergency services will be able to get to the child in as little as 10 minutes.
Resser says the patient should be able walk into the hospital within an hour, but she’s not sure how long it takes a child to go through an ICU.
If they’re on IV fluids, Ressler recommends taking them into the operating room.
If you’re looking for the best emergency care in New York City, Ressers recommendation for New York is to call your emergency room first and see what you can expect.
“It’s really important to note that these kids can be very contagious, and if you get them in there and the infectious disease has already spread, that’s really not good for the patient,” Ressner said.
The most effective way to help a child get treated in a medical emergency is to have a friend or family member stay with the child.
“It can be really hard to get in touch with a parent or family if the child has a medical condition that’s so complicated that they can’t communicate with the person who is caring for them,” Ressel said.
In the case of a seizure or a seizure disorder, a doctor may have to refer the child to an outside emergency room for help.
That may mean calling a family friend or colleague who is not part of the emergency response.
But Ressser says that is rarely a good idea.
You don’t want to just call a doctor who can’t care for you.
“When you are the caregiver, you’re really the one that’s going to be the first line of communication to the medical team,” Resse said.
That is especially true if there are concerns about the child and there’s no other option available.
It is important to remember that these children will likely require a lot of support and care.
The goal is to keep them alive, but that support can come in many different ways.
It can come from a trusted medical professional or it can come at the hospital from an outside doctor.
It also can come through family members who are already supportive of the child, Ressel added.
If you’re concerned about your child, it’s important to know that it can take time for the health care system to catch up.
The American Academy of Pediatrics, a medical society, says that while there’s currently a high number of children and adults diagnosed with epilepsy in the U.S., it is too early to predict how the epidemic will affect the country.
There are also studies that have found that while children are more likely to be diagnosed with seizures, they also have lower rates of seizure activity and more severe symptoms.
Some pediatric emergency specialists say it’s better to wait a bit longer before calling your pediatrician.
“I don’t think we should call our pediatricians now,” Resson said.
But, Resse says that it is important for parents to know when it’s best to call their doctor.
“What parents need to understand is that if you call your doctor, they are not your eyes and ears, they’re your doctors,” Rresser said.
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