afebrile, will not show fever sypmtoms
a normal body temperature may be observed.
a cough with bloody sputum is typically observed.
chest pain and chills are almost always present.
hypotension is commonly associated with the infection
really needs LLR but semi fowlers would be the best i guess.
transporting in a semi-Fowler’s position.
providing high-concentration oxygen.
giving the patient aspirin prior to transport.
suctioning her airway as soon as she vomits.
infection of the lungs. needs to maintain an open airway and adequate oc=xygenation
administering a bronchodilator.
safe and rapid transport.
cooling the patient.
retina beomes detached from supportive tissue ;
maintain patent airawy and O2 , transport in fowlers position. you can use cpap if the person has no AMS and adequate breaths
transport to the hospital.
decreasing the fever.
eliminating the chest pain.
suction the airawy and maintain patency, check breaths
Check the blood sugar and immediately transport to a stroke center
Start positive pressure ventilation with supplemental oxygen.
Establish the time of stroke onset and start high-concentration oxygen.
Suction the airway and determine adequate breathing.
TIA does not produce any nuerological deficits
Decreased sensation to the left side of her body
The absence of any neurological deficits
Difficulty in moving her right arm and right leg
Decreased sensation to her left leg
consider O2 and then transport in LLC so he does not choke on vomit
securing the patient tightly to the stretcher to prevent injury should he seize again.
considering oxygen and transport with him positioned on his left side.
considering supplemental oxygen and immobilizing with a cervical collar and long board
inserting an oral airway and starting positive pressure ventilation with supplemental oxygen
HHNS glucose level increases because of inadequate insuin, frequent urination which can lead to dehyfration
urinary tract infection
stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA).
elevated blood sugar.
high blood glucose, frequent urination, dehydration
Inability to urinate
Complaint of thirst and dry mouth
Blood glucose level of 52 mg/dL
Fruity smell on his breath
he fell on the floor you need to ensure no spinal injuries
Take manual in-line spinal stabilization and begin assessment.
Provide supplemental oxygen to maintain a SpO2 of 94% or greater.
Check the patient’s airway, breathing, and circulatory status.
Position the patient supine with his feet elevated and get vital signs.
sudden onset , family members or doctor is the best idication for delrium or dimentia, delriuk could indicate a larger problem iwth the patient so they need to be checked out
Her memory has been fading over the last two years.”
She only wants to eat junk food anymore.”
She has a history of progressive dementia.”
She could not remember her name yesterday.”
only can be determined defi itevly by the brain during autopsy
involved memory test.
tightening the straps so that she is tightly restrained to the stretcher.
contacting advanced life support for administration of a sedative.
moving away from the patient so she cannot strike you.
applying a nonrebreather face mask with 3 lpm of oxygen.
Have you ever been diagnosed with dementia?”
What medications are you taking?”
What caused you to fall?”
Do you have a history of medical problems?”
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