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Nurse Jeon, don't you need to rest?
I can manage.
Are you okay?
You'll end up fainting.
You're skinny as it is, but you lost weight.
I'm really okay.
- Are Chief Jung's test results out? - Yes, I'm reviewing it right now.
- Here... - Okay.
How do you feel?
While lying in bed, I can understand why patients were so happy to see us.
What happened? The results should be out by now.
Yes. Well, um...
Don't beat around the bush.
You knew you had diabetes, right?
Yeah, I thought I could control it, but I don't eat regularly, and I can't exercise.
What's the problem?
There weren't any symptoms because you had diabetes.
But according to the thallium scan and coronary CT...
...you may have a left main coronary artery stenosis.
You need to undergo coronary artery procedure.
Right now, we'll try to insert 2-3 stents, but if it's serious, you'll need surgery.
Albuminuria was found in your urine test.
I've notified internal medicine to run tests for you.
He has complications in his heart and kidney due to diabetes.
It's a relief we detected it early. Or else, it could've led to a heart attack.
He could've had a heart attack during surgery.
If he doesn't treat it, it'll worsen.
My goodness. As a doctor, I can't believe he didn't take care of himself.
He probably couldn't.
Even though getting a medical exam is mandatory, we're too busy to get one.
This is a serious issue.
The hospital isn't taking care of its finest people.
I'm going to make everyone take a medical exam.
Gosh, poor Chief Jung. His body is all worn out.
It's only obvious. He's been working at the hospital for 30 years.
He couldn't regularly eat or go to the restroom.
It's not like he can exercise.
What about the long hours he needs to stand during surgery?
I have chronic constipation.
That's nothing, man.
Remember when I told you I had back pains?
It got a lot better after wearing these special shoes.
Because of Chief Jung's health problems...
...they're going to make the entire hospital staff get a medical exam.
I know it's mandatory, but realistically, we didn't have the time to get one.
It's hospital's orders, so I bet we can adjust our schedule.
It's good. I wanted to get one.
I was worried because you had pneumonia and pleurisy the last time.
I want to confirm you're okay.
What's going to happen if I'm not okay?
First, I'll be too worried if that's the case.
I'll treat you for the small stuff�