Presentation on theme: "Emergency Medical Response Scenario 1: You Are the Emergency Medical Responder You are called to a home of a couple in their 40s after the wife called."— Presentation transcript:
Emergency Medical Response Scenario 1: You Are the Emergency Medical Responder You are called to a home of a couple in their 40s after the wife called 9-1-1 because her husband had just collapsed in the bathroom. When you arrive, the woman tells you that her husband was complaining of indigestion and pressure in his chest and then all of sudden, he passed out. You accompany the woman to the upstairs bathroom and find the husband face-down on the floor with a small amount of what looks like vomit on the floor near his mouth. He is unconscious. Lesson 13: Putting It All Together
Emergency Medical Response Scenario 2: You Are the Emergency Medical Responder You receive a call from dispatch to go to the local high school to evaluate a student athlete who has collapsed during soccer practice. When you arrive on the scene, you find the patient lying on the side of the field with her legs slightly elevated and several fellow players kneeling around her. She is talking to the players and sipping on some water. She tells you that she got overheated, started to feel dizzy and then just fainted. I should have had something to eat after school today before practice but I was running late.
Emergency Medical Response Scenario 3: You Are the Emergency Medical Responder You are called to the scene of a bicycle crash. Several bystanders report that a young woman was riding her bicycle down a hill and lost control of the bicycle when she hit the curb. She was thrown from the bicycle sideways, landing on her left shoulder and side. The bicycle flipped, causing the handlebars to strike the side of her right chest and abdomen. A crowd of people are beginning to gather around the scene.
Emergency Medical Response Putting It All Together Size-up the scene Perform a primary assessment Obtain a history (SAMPLE) Conduct a secondary assessment Ensure constant communication among EMS systems Ensure all information is properly and thoroughly documented