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Signs Someone Needs Urgent Medical Care

Signs Someone Needs Urgent Medical Care

No one ever wants to be in a situation when dire decisions are being made left and right. Medical emergencies are obviously terrifying for the person experiencing the pain or the symptoms, but these situations can be just as horrifying for everyone else in the area.

After the initial panic and confusion sets in during a medical emergency, try your best to take a step back, take a deep breath, and critically think about what to do next. Survey the environment and consider your next steps. Here are some instances that you should be aware of, because they can happen to anyone, which would require an immediate visit to an urgent medical care facility.

The person took a severe blow to the head
Even if there is no blood or the person is adamant about how “fine” he or she feels, if a blow to the head occurred, urgent medical care and attention is needed. Concussions can result in life-threatening internal bleeding and swelling and should be immediately addressed by a medical professional. Driving the injured person to walk in clinics to see an urgent care doctor can be the decision that saves their life.

The person is experiencing severe chest pain
Heart issues can strike anyone at anytime and should be immediately addressed, no matter what. If the person near you begins feeling a tight, squeezing, uncomfortable feeling in their chest, it’s time to act and get them professional medical attention right away.

If the person is having problems after taking drugs
More than 5,000 visits to energy rooms every day are attributed to drug abuse. Illegal drugs are illegal for a reason, because they can kill people in a matter of seconds. If you are around anyone who is engaging in any dangerous drug related activity, it’s best to get them professional medical attention right away.

In the event of a medical emergency, try your best to remain calm and do everything you can for the injured person. Drive them to an urgent medical care facility, call an ambulance, or talk to their family practice doctor if it’s something not as dire. If you’re in need of some of the best urgent care Fort Lauderdale has to offer, it’s time to visit Peace Medical today.

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