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What does emergent care mean?
Last Updated: 6th February, 2020
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People also ask, what is emergent care?
Emergent care is medical care that directly addresses threats to life, limb, or eyesight. Routine is care for stable patients whose condition will not deteriorate over time and/or will typically resolve on its own.
One may also ask, what does non emergent mean? Non-emergent care is everything else. Defined for a layperson, it would be care that is required to avoid a crisis in the next 24 hours due to an unexpected illness or injury.
Also to know is, what does non emergent mean in medical terms?
Definition of Non-emergent medical condition Share. View. Non-emergent medical condition means a medical condition that does not meet the criteria of an emergency medical condition under 42 U.S.C. 1395dd (e) of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act.
What is the emergent?
emergent. Emergent is an adjective that describes something that is emerging, or suddenly coming into existence. Emergent means “coming into being.” It's often used in phrases like “emergent technologies.” These are brand-new technologies that we can expect to be widely used in the near future.