Josyann Abisaab

Dr. Josyann Abisaab – ER Physician

Browsing Posts published in August, 2012

The school year is starting, bringing with it many changes and new experiences for young children. Emergency care doctors like Dr. Josyann Abisaab know that this is a vital time to go over safety rules regarding transportation and play. The National Safety Council recently released a back-to-school safety checklist for parents and family members: “Review […]

No one wants to be in a position in which they have to go to the emergency room, but each year 135m+ Americans do end up making a visit.  Given this large number, it is probably worth reading up on some tips on how to make it as smooth an experience as possible.  The less […]

Perhaps somewhat frightening to hear, very year, Americans incur 6,000+ snakebites.  The good news is that, according to The American Family Physician, fewer than 12 of these (0.25 percent) have fatalistic snake venom poisoning consequences. The issue however is that most people will not know the difference between a fatalistic bite and the less dangerous […]

No matter the time of year, there are many ways that children can get hurt and end up in the emergency room. One of these hazards involves the pushing lawn mower. While parents often want their children to have chores around the house, it’s important to think about which chores are appropriate for which ages. […]

When confronted in the emergency room with a patient who is suspected of having elevated intracranial pressure, a physician like Dr. Josyann Abisaab will likely reach for one of the most useful tools available to her, and that is the ultrasound machine. This amazing piece of modern hospital equipment is an excellent way to discover […]