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What can emergency medicine learn from Disney?

from Emergency Medicine News (opinion)

Graham Walker, MD, writes, "I have always, always hated when people compare medicine with the aviation industry. 'Look how standardized their approach to flying a plane is,' they joyfully declare, in awe of checklists and uniform handoffs. They conveniently ignore the fact that medicine has no standard fuel gauge, or altimeter, or speedometer. A slightly low blood pressure may be normal, a sign of mild dehydration, or the first sign of occult hemorrhage or overwhelming infection. Instead, I'd like to compare emergency medicine with Disneyland." more


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