By Jamie M. Burkitt Creedon, Harold Davis
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Kitchen facilities such as a sink, microwave, food refrigerator, and dishwasher may be integrated or directly adjacent. Lockers for safekeeping of personal belongings can be installed. The room should be equipped with communication systems such as telephones, computers, intercom, and emergency call buttons. Conference or multipurpose room This room facilitates staff meetings, teaching sessions, and other group meetings. For this purpose it should contain proper seating, projection facilities, a white board, and illuminated viewing box.
Shock and cardiopulmonary arrest Shock, defined as inadequate cellular energy production, is usually the result of hypovolemia, hypoglycemia, hypoxemia, sepsis, or cardiac failure and is the primary acute condition every practice should be prepared to address. Cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation (CPCR) minimally requires oxygen, a vasopressor (namely, epinephrine and justifiably vasopressin), atropine, and sodium bicarbonate as a buffer (and for treatment of hyperkalemia). See Chapter 16, Cardiopulmonary Cerebral Resuscitation, for more information.
It is critical that an emergency practice provide continual care; therefore, a diesel or natural gas-fueled electrical generator is a consideration to power vital areas such as the treatment room, surgical suites, laboratory, security systems, computer networks, and the phone system in times of power outage. Inventory Providing high-quality care for the acutely ill patient requires a full inventory of supplies and drugs. Many emergencies can be treated with the inventory stocked by most primary care practices; however, due to the breadth and seriousness of disease encountered in emergency practice, an extensive inventory beyond that of a primary care clinic is required.