You don’t work for this hospital! I want everyone to come outside! Hurry! Don’t just stand there.
Come outside now! Move! Emergency patients! – Hurry up!
– Yes, ma’am. It’s PROM.
Page OBGYN and move her to the ER. Doctor Song, please come take a look! This patient has third-degree burns. Push saline in both peripheral and
central lines, give him oxygen… – …and move him to the OR!
– Yes, ma’am! Hurry! Doctor, please come here! Move! Move! I’m doing CPR! Prepare the defibrillator! Charge 200 joules! – 200 joules.
– Clear! One, two, three, shock! – Compression!
– Intubation! Push heparin in
both peripheral and central lines! – E tube.
– E tube. Mosquito clamp! Stop the bleeding! – We stopped the bleeding.
– Stop the compressions. He’s back. Check his vitals. Check vitals. Attention, everyone. Triage all the ER patients
and put stickers accordingly. We’re short of beds, so ask non-urgent
patients to give up their beds. We’re going to temporarily use
the hallways of Zone 1 and 2 as the ER. Why aren’t the general surgeons
and neurosurgeons here? I’ll page them once more! Doctor, please come over here.
It’s an emergency. – I’m coming.
– Thanks. Over here! – Where’s his amputated arm?
– It’s here. – Send him to the OR.
– Yes, ma’am. A building located in Shillimdong
collapsed around 1 PM today. It was a tragic accident
which resulted in 100 casualties. This building housed foreign workers
who worked at a nearby factory. About 100 people were at the building
at the time of the accident. There are over 10 known fatalities
and about 100 casualties. – They’re currently being treated…
– I want to talk to Prof. Kim. …at Sung-Eui University Hospital.
At the scene, there are… Prof. Kim, don’t think of anything else.
Focus on the project. I’ll take care of the emergency situation. – Everything’s good.
– Okay. I can no longer continue with
the demonstration. I’m sorry. You might have heard.
We have a huge emergency situation. I don’t think it’s right to continue
the demonstration at a time like this. I’m sorry. Resolve this situation. Yes, sir. I’m really sorry we can’t go forward
with the demonstration. I’d like your understanding. I’d like to apologize to everyone
that came to support the research.