One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The casualty department of a hospital.
- ‘If you think you are having a heart attack, go to the emergency room immediately.’
- ‘There is a growing number of people who consider the emergency room and clinic the same thing.’
- ‘He was then rushed to the hospital emergency room where artificial respiration was administered.’
- ‘Floor medicine was jading me, far more than any experiences in the emergency room.’
- ‘In the emergency room, draped surgeons paced anxiously alongside empty gurneys.’
- ‘I was called to see a patient in the emergency room of the hospital.’
- ‘They won't get this type of counseling at a hospital emergency room or in a police station.’
- ‘Because of this, he had always avoided working in the emergency room at the hospital.’
- ‘He was taken to the emergency room in severe respiratory distress and ended up on a ventilator.’
- ‘The gravely ill man arrived in the emergency room during the middle of the night.’
- ‘A visit to the emergency room at the hospital showed no dangerous internal damage.’
- ‘The emergency room at the hospital closed in July because of a lack of doctors and nurses.’
- ‘Expected to testify as a chief prosecution witness, she died in the emergency room of a private hospital.’
- ‘Nine patients were admitted to the emergency room at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak for food poisoning.’
- ‘Eleven days later, she goes to a hospital emergency room with what is diagnosed as the flu.’
- ‘Take your child to the emergency room if she shows signs of severe dehydration.’
- ‘The emergency room of a nearby hospital was filled with bloodied bodies.’
- ‘He was advised to visit his physician or the emergency room and no ambulance was dispatched.’
- ‘She had difficulty breathing and was rushed by ambulance to the emergency room at St Jude's Hospital.’
- ‘If your child has discomfort after swallowing a coin, take him to the emergency room.’
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