A 55 yr. old male is suspected of having a myocardial infarction
The victim of a fall has no obvious wounds but is still unresponsive
A full-term pregnant women is experiencing crowning with contractions
A 72-year old female is experiencing dizziness and difficulty breathing
Check the patient's ABC.
Insert a nasopharyngeal airway and assess vital signs.
Remove the patient from the house to your ambulance.
Open all windows and determine the source of the gas leak.
Pulseless electrical activity (PEA)
57-year old male with chest pain and systolic BP of 80?
40-year old female with moderate pain from a leg injury.
75-year old male who appears confused but responds to commands.
25-year old female in labor with contractions six minutes apart.
She will upset when you take her from her mother's arms.
She will be unable to tell you how old she is if you ask her.
She will attempt to locate her patents' voices when they speak.
She will try and pull away from a painful stimulus in her toe.
Palpate the carotid pulse.
Palpate the brachial pulse.
Palpate the radial pulse.
Observe capillary refill time.
Ventilate the patient with a nonrebreather mask at 15 L/min.
Ventilate the patient with the bag-valve mask at 15 L/min.
Administer oxygen by nonrebreather mask at 15 L/min.
Administer oxygen by the nasal cannula at 6 L/min.