Emergency situations should always be handled by hospital emergency rooms. If you are experiencing any loss of consciousness, severe bleeding, chest pains, difficulty breathing, seizures, loss of feeling in one side of the body, a broken bone or have swallowed a poisonous substance we recommend you go straight to an emergency room.
If you are unsure, your doctor will tell you during the call if you need immediate emergency assistance.
If you are experiencing any of the following we recommend you seek immediate emergency care:
- Heavy bleeding
- Potential broken bones
- Significant head injury
- Significant abdominal pain
- Shortness of breath
- Suspected stroke
- Very high fever in babies or children
- Chest pains
- Pregnancy related concerns