Dr. Kim, give him
500mg of levofloxacin… twice a day through an IV.
Slowly, for an hour. How much levofloxacin
has Mr. Joo been given? Who are you? Myasthenia gravis is suspected. If it turns out to be right,
levofloxacin can worsen him… causing respiratory paralysis
or even general paralysis… Hold on.
Aren’t you an anesthesiologist? Yes, I am. The patient has improved
since he was given antibiotics. He’s been taken off the ventilator
and is stabilizing now. If you’re so worried, officially
consult the Neurology Department… and have him tested. If he’s already been given
antibiotics, there’s no time. – He has to be tested…
– What’s going on? This doctor is questioning
my treatment. I was telling him
to officially request tests. There’s no time for discussion. If my diagnosis turns out
to be right, – he should be taken off…
– Dr. Cha. Didn’t you hear
that you were off the case? Follow me. Hyung Woo! – Dad!
– Dad! – Honey!
– Hyung Woo! What happened? He can’t move his hand. Mr. Joo, try to move your right leg. Is his leg paralyzed too? His pneumonia improved,
and he started breathing on his own. How could his condition
deteriorate so fast? We should test him
for brain lesions. We don’t have time for that. If we wait any longer, he might
go back into respiratory paralysis. If my diagnosis is right,
he should be taken off antibiotics. His blood pressure is unstable,
and his pulse is slow. What if Tensilon puts him
into cardiac arrest? Mr. Joo, I need to test
if I’m right. Do you consent? I told you I’ve seen… many doctors like you. That look on your face… as if you found out something. Are you… any different? We can find that out… with this. Will that help you diagnose? Yes. I beg you. Let’s do this. Honey! – Hyung Woo!
– Dad! Step back. He might go into cardiac arrest.
Have atropine ready. Intubation too. – Get atropine.
– Yes. His heart rate is going down. Give me atropine. Dad! The oxygen saturation is normal.
The heart rate too. Hyung Woo. Doctor, what happened? This shot was only for diagnosis. It temporarily reduces
myasthenia gravis symptoms. But he still needs treatment. Okay. We understand. Thank you so much, Doctor. When it comes to myasthenia gravis,
in addition to diagnosis, continuous and professional… neurological care is very important. Make sure to be treated. Dr. Cha. Thank you. For ignoring
what I said yesterday… and saving me. It’s not that I ignored
what you said. On the contrary,
I got a hint from it. A fighter without
his sight and limbs. What would have made the fighter… feel like he had lost
his sight and limbs? I considered every disease… that could give you those symptoms. That’s how I found the answer. Myasthenia gravis. You found my disease… using my words? You said you were in so much pain
that you would rather die. What can I do?
You said that life would be pain. I had to find it. I’m not going to do it. I can’t. I’m sorry. But you did it on that patient. Why? Why not me? Does pain matter
only in the face of death? What if I’m in so much pain
that I would rather die? What if I’m in so much pain
that I would rather die? What if I’m in so much pain
that I would rather die? Wouldn’t you consider that
a bigger pain? I understand how you must feel
as a professional fighter. But what about your family? Why do they need to suffer? Do you only care
about your own life? Is fighting the only important thing
in your life? How would your family feel
if you just choose to die? Advancing your death
to make you feel at ease… and advancing your death to
take your life away is different. I’m not… a doctor who kills people. I heard… Joo Hyung Woo just got better. Yes, apparently. There was a problem
with his nervous system. I heard Joo Hyung Woo
got a definite diagnosis. – Yes.
– See? What did I tell you? He’s a fearless doctor
who makes no mistakes. Did you come to a conclusion? – Yes.
– Let’s hear it. He’s a doctor
who does everything he can… to get rid of pain. And that’s why he saves people… but sometimes also ends their lives
in order to do so? Yes. By the way, you’re acting
completely different from before. From when? When you were
at the provincial hospital. You want to know why I’m suddenly
acting like Dr. Cha’s spokesperson? You see, I need to earn money. And what do you do
when you need to earn money? I need to learn everything I can
while I work here… and open up my own hospital one day. – Right.
– And I met him… right when I needed to get ready. He’s extremely unsociable and nuts. But he’s also… a doctor who can teach me stuff
that I can’t learn from anyone else. Si Young, you should do it. Ask the professor if we can go home. Right now. Did the professor come back? Yes, not too long ago. Kang Si Young. Kang Si Young. Kang Si Young. – Kang Si Young.
– Come on. You can do it. – Kang Si Young.
– Show us what you can do. – Kang Si Young.
– Show us what a second-year can do. You can do it, Si Young.
You can do it. Dr. Cha. Dr. Cha. (Myasthenia gravis) (Cha Yo Han) What are you doing? The doctors… wanted me to ask
if it’s okay to go home. Is it time to go home already? Why are you guys waiting? Go home. It’s okay, sir.
I still need to organize the charts. Goodbye, everyone. I’ll see you. Do you feel better? I should start
getting treatment now. Where’s Dr. Cha? He just went home. I guess I should thank him tomorrow. You need to get better first. I hope you get better soon. Dr. Kang. I’ll bring the kids. Thank you. Thank you for coming after me
and bugging me that day. Don’t mention it. I just did my job. If you didn’t
come after me that day, I would’ve left the hospital. And I probably would’ve
fainted somewhere… and ended up coming back
with a ventilator. – Dad!
– Dad! Let’s go see your dad. My daughter just turned five. And she recently saw me faint
after I took my pills. Dad. Dad. Dad, wake up. – Mom!
– Yes? Honey. Honey. My wife saved me that day. But I swore at her and resented her. And I made her write a memorandum. A memorandum? I made her promise… to do what I had asked
if I ended up fainting again. I was so stupid and selfish. Dr. Kang, I thought doctors
only saved patients. But I was wrong. You and the other doctors
saved my family. Thank you. – Dad!
– Dad! My babies. – Have you been well?
– Yes. – Let’s say goodbye to the doctor.
– Okay. – Goodbye.
– Goodbye. Thank you. – Let’s go.
– Let’s go, Dad. Hurry up, Dad. Okay, what should we eat? Pork cutlets! Let’s eat pork cutlets. Dad. Dad. Dad.