Removing the stinger by scraping it.
Applying a cold compress.
Taking an oral antihistamine.
Calling the 911.
Ecchymosis in the flank area.
A deviated trachea.
Complete history taking.
Put the client on ECG monitoring.
Notify the physician.
Administer oxygen therapy via nasal cannula.
Direct the clients to the decontamination area.
Direct the clients to the cold or clean zone for immediate treatment.
Measure vital signs and auscultate lung sounds.
Immediately remove other clients and visitors from the area.
Instruct personnel to don personal protective equipment
Help the family to collect belongings.
Assisting with postmortem care.
Facilitate meeting between the family and the organ donor specialist.
Escorting the family to a place of privacy.
Prepare and administer a tepid sponge bath.
Explain the need for giving cool fluids.
Assist the child in removing outer clothing.
Advise the parent to use acetaminophen (Tylenol) instead of aspirin.
The parent wants information about the IV conscious sedation.
The parent is not sure regarding the child’s tetanus immunization status.
The child suddenly pulls out the IV.
The parent’s refusal of the administration of the IV sedation.
Assisting with the intubation.
Placing the defibrillator pads.
Doing chest compressions.
Initiating bag valve mask ventilation.
RNs. LPNs. and nursing assistants.
At least one representative from each group of ED personnel.
Experienced RNs and experienced paramedics.
ED physicians and charge nurses.