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Under EMTALA, hospitals can apparently refuse emergency treatment for patients whose situations are not emergencies. How are these cases determined and what are some examples?

A good example is dental pain - which appears with surprising regularity at many ED's (like 1 million times a year).The difficulty is that the vast majority of time - it's an abscessed tooth - and the ED can't treat it. They give the patient an antibiotic (of course) and maybe some pain meds - and a discharge instruction to see a dentist.Since many people can't afford to see a dentist (how the tooth became abscessed in the first place) this relatively basic ailment becomes a revolving door to the tune of 100's of millions of dollars each year. [1]Which led me to include a quote in an end of year piece I do ...Top Ten Healthcare Quotes For 2013#11 – “There are nearly 1 million Americans who visit the emergency room each year because of dental pain at a cost that runs into the hundreds of millions.” Miles O’Brien – Science Correspondent, PBS NewsHour [1][1] Dollars and Dentists – FRONTLINE

What are some of the most awkward moments doctors experience?

I am a Dentist... but just couldn't scroll down without answering in this space...Scene 1:My batchmate was starting a restoration on the lower right molar of an 18 yr old female. He arranged his set up and made the patient sit on the dental chair.He had just adjusted himself on the operators chair, when the professor from the other end of the clinic shouted "Drape the patient."He got up at once, startled. Everyone from that end looked back at the professor. My batchmate kept standing with his eyes wide, mouth mask on and hands clasped.The professor shouted again."Drape the patient."This time even the girl stood up, adjusting her dupatta and looked pretty shocked herself.I was standing near the professor and was wondering what was happening. He sent me down to tell him what he needs him to do.I reached the other end of the clinic and saw that my all other batchmates were literally laughing with tears behind their books... My batchmate was red and the patient was damn uncomfortable.I was not able to understand what was happening, when in the meantime the professor shouted again."You man! You're deaf or what? I saiD- Rape the patient!!!!"And even I couldn't control laughing. Distance definitely muffles words... :))Poor chap, he became famous as the "Drape the patient" guy.(Edit: This is a drape which is used for every patient, before beginning any procedure.​​​​​​Being new to clinics, sometimes students, like my batchmate, would forget draping the patient and then get good scolding from the professors. This was one of those instances and the professor had told to Drape the patient only, just the sound got unclear till the other end of the clinic.)Scene 2:I was in my final yr and was performing a dental scaling procedure on a young man.Now, when we are working on the lower front teeth, lip side, we need to retract the lower lip to protect it from the sharp instruments and improve maneuverability. Somewhat like this:​​​​​​Now, as soon as I retracted the lip of this guy, he literally started shaking. Better word would be vibrating.I stopped the procedure immediately and asked him if he has any problem. He denied and asked me to continue. As I initiated again, he started shaking again.I stopped the procedure and asked him strictly if he wants to get the procedure done or not.He looked at me and said "No No Madam. Please continue. It's the first time I am getting such a feel. Its good. Please continue"AWKWARD!!!!

Doctors and nurses, have you ever been embarrassed in front of a patient?

During my training, I greeted a new patient (an elderly lady in her 80’s), asked her to have a seat on the exam table, and then told her I was going to get my supervising doctor and we would return to do a complete exam.When we returned, this sweet lady had removed all of her clothes, folded them neatly on the table, and was patiently waiting for her ‘complete exam’.I was 22 years old, a male, and in my third year of dental school. This was on a common open floor with around 40 other treatment stations. I can’t describe the feeling of confusion, shame, and embarrassment as I looked first at her and then at my professor.My professor, thankfully, was better prepared. He first gently tapped her knees, and asked her to flex her arms, and then said calmly “you can get dressed now”…. we returned in a few minutes to complete her ‘complete dental exam’ (a phrase which became a permanent part of my routine after that day).

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