Emergency Medical Treatment Information

Emergency Center is available for 24 hours.

Emergency Call: 041) 570-2119
When you use Emergency Center, you need to pay the emergency management fee (borne by you).

Emergency Center

구분(신경학적 응급증상, 심혈관계 응급증상, 중독 및 대사장애, 외과적 응급증상), 응급증상, 응급증상에 준하는 증상에 따른 내용을 나타낸 표
Classification Emergency Symptom Symptom Equivalent to Emergency Symptom
Neurological Emergency Symptom Head injuries with symptoms of disturbance of consciousness, acute neurological disorders, nausea, clouded consciousness, etc. Clouded consciousness, dizziness
Cardiovascular Emergency Symptom Symptoms requiring CPR, acute respiratory distress, acute chest pain caused by cardiac disorder, palpitations, abnormal heart rhythm and shock Dyspnea, hyperventilation
Poisoning and Metabolic Disorders High doses of severe dehydrating drugs, alcohol or other substances, poisoning, acute metabolic disorders (liver failure, kidney failure and diabetes, etc.)
Surgical Emergency Symptom Acute abdominal pain (acute peritonitis, intestinal obstruction, acute pancreatitis) requiring laparotomy, extensive burns (greater than 18% of the external body surface area), penetrating injury, open multiple fractures, or vascular injuries that may cause fractures of the fracture limbs of the femoral spine, symptoms requiring emergency surgery under systematic anesthesia, and multiple trauma
a. Bleeding: Continuous hemoptysis, bleeding impossible to stop, acute gastrointestinal bleeding
b. ophthalmological emergency symptoms: Eye damage by chemicals, acute vision loss
c. Allergies: Allergic reactions with facial edema
d. Pediatric emergency symptoms: Convulsive disorders in children
e. Psychiatric emergency symptoms: Systemic disorders that may harm oneself or others
General abnormalities of the abdomen, including burns, acute abdominal fractures, trauma or dislocations, other emergency medical conditions, and urination disorders
a. Bleeding: Injury of blood vessels
b. Pediatric emergency symptoms: Pediatric convulsions, high fever (38 ℃ or above) (Symptoms that occur in children under 8 years old when it is difficult to provide medical services such as holidays, nights, etc.)
c. Obstetric and gynecologic emergency symptoms: When obstetric examination or treatment is necessary due to delivery or sexual violence
d. Emergency symptoms caused by foreign substances: When a surgery is necessary to remove foreign substances into ears, eyes, noses, anus, etc.