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anemia sudden onset

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edit important variables such as: urinating less than normal, demo: duration, demo: age, increased sweating, washed out look, life: Injured, black stools
related types of physicians - general practitioner, internist
Dysfunctional uterine bleeding - uterine bleeding not due to a physical cause
a.k.a DUB, DUB
Postpartum hemorrhage - bleeding after delivery of the baby
a.k.a Obstetrical hemorrhage
'postpartum hemorrhage' is considered a medical emergency
Vaginal trauma - injury to vagina
'vaginal trauma' is considered a medical emergency
Trauma - injury
a.k.a multiple injuries
'trauma' is considered a medical emergency
Puncture wound - penetrating wound
'puncture wound' is considered a medical emergency
Spontaneous abortion - miscarriage
a.k.a Miscarriage, spontaneous loss of fetus before 20 weeks gestation
'spontaneous abortion' is considered a medical emergency
Gastrointestinal bleeding - bleeding from the gastrointestinal tract
a.k.a gastrointestinal hemorrhage, esophageal bleeding
'gastrointestinal bleeding' is considered a medical emergency
Inflammatory bowel disease - chronic inflammation of bowel
a.k.a IBD,
'inflammatory bowel disease' is considered a medical emergency
Dehydration - insufficient body water
a.k.a hypohydration
'dehydration' is considered a medical emergency
Intrauterine device - birth control device placed in uterus
a.k.a IUD, coil
'intrauterine device' is considered a medical emergency

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