ANSWER The ER is the hub of the hospital. This is where people first come in to be seen by a doctor. This is equivalent to that of a foyer in a church or in a house where peop…le will come and meet. When you walk into an ER, you will usually notice a waiting room, in which you have to wait until the triage nurse calls you to take the necessary information for your visit, and then the preliminary tests such as vitals (blood pressure, temperature, oxygen saturation, heart beat). They will then give you a piece of paper, that you will take to the admitting desk, and the clerk will confirm the information on the form as it pertains to your address, phone number, physician's name etc. From that point, the clerk, will either send you down to the fast track( treatment room), which is normally near the back of the ward, and this is usually where the least serious cases go, as there are no monitors or no lifesaving equipment to monitor you. This is the ward where they send people that will need to be admitted for less severe things, and/or those who need to get a phyisician check them, but they are in no danger of coding. The other place that the admissions clerk could put you is in the waiting room, in which you will wait for a bed to open up in the regular emergency treatment area. This is the area in which there ARE monitors and lifesaving equipment that is able to help you out. This ward also has the monitors at the nursing station as well, that will be able to keep a check on your vitals, heart rate etc. The nurses station also faces these beds as these cases are usually a lot more serious and need careful and meticulous observation. With the Fast Track department, there is often no careful observation. The desk is usually situated away from the beds. There are also a couple of washrooms that are strategically placed through the emerg ward so that if there are any tests that are needed to get for urine, etc., there are washrooms that are available for the use of patients. There is also a room that is in a lot of emergency wards that are for gynecological emergencies, this usually has a table that has stirrups for easy access. The ER is known as the hub, because this is where the IMMEDIATE care takes place, and then when a bed is ready in the corresponding department, that is when the patient will be taken from the ER to the ward. This is when the help is transferred from the ER staff to the ward staff. For example, if you have a cardiac condition, depending on the severity, they may either decide to put you within the Medical Ward (Cardiac emphasis), or they will place you in the Cardiac ICU. Hopefully this paints a bit of a picture of what an ER is like.
An ER diagram is an entity-relationship diagram they show individuals and their links to each other. An ER diagram for a hospital management system would be a flow chart s…howing hospital staff, equipment, patients, records and more.
An ER diagram for a college system is an entity relationship diagram that is used to identify the entities of the college system and what those entities expect from the sy…stem. Examples of entities to include are students, financial aid, registers, and professors.
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The er diagram is called entity relationship diagram.
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There are several different places in which an Er-Diagram can be found. Photobucket has pictures of Er-Diagrams that can be examples for a College Management System Project.