When to Go to the Emergency Room?
The patient should go for emergency in these situations:
- Increase in body temperature.
- Inflammation in oral cavity.
- Marked skin infection or discoloration.
- Yellowish discoloration of skin and eye.
- Frequent defecation more than 3 motions of fluid stools.
- Significant persistent abdominal pain.
- Persistent uncontrolled vomiting.
- Inability to pass urine.
- Significant decrease in urine.
- Pain during passing urine.
- Red colored urine.
- Difficult breathing.
- Persistent uncontrolled cough.
- Foreign body inhalation.
- Severe headache.
- Acute inability to walk or weakness of limb.
- Convulsions or abnormal movement.
- Acute Disorientation.
- Acute disturbed level of consciousness.
- Sudden loss of consciousness.
- Severe uncontrolled pain (dental, bony).
- Acute active bleeding (bleeding form nose or gums or vomitus or cough blood).
- Any fracture or trauma.
- Wound infection.