An advanced practice nurse and an experienced LPN/LVN
An experienced LPN/LVN and an inexperienced RN
An experienced RN and an inexperienced RN
An experienced RN and a nursing assistant
Complete set of vital signs
Palpation and auscultation of the abdomen
Brief neurologic assessment
Initiation of pulse oximetry
Bag-valve mask ventilation
Assisting with oral intubation
Placing the defibrillator pads
Assist the child to remove outer clothing.
Advise the parent to use acetaminophen instead of aspirin.
Explain the need for cool fluids.
Prepare and administer a tepid bath.
An elderly person complains of dizziness and syncope after standing in the sun for several hours to view a parade
A marathon runner complains of severe leg cramps and nausea. Tachycardia, diaphoresis, pallor, and weakness are observed.
A previously healthy homemaker reports broken air conditioner for days. Tachypnea, hypotension, fatigue, and profuse diaphoresis are observed.
A homeless person, poor historian, presents with altered mental status, poor muscle coordination, and hot, dry, ashen skin. Duration of exposure is unknown.