Scenario run through.txt

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Scenario run through.txt
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  1. Hazards
    • PPE
    • MOI
    • # of patients
    • Additional resources (ALS, BLS, police)
    • Bystanders
  2. Age, sex, weight
    • General appearence
    • position
    • distress
    • obvious injury / major bleeding
  3. C-SPINE
  4. LOC (AVPU + orientation ?'s)
    • ABC or CAB (resps [RRD], pulse [RRQ], BP)
    • Skin- colour, condition, temperature
  5. Head: DCAPBLS TIC
    • - Battle signs
    • - CSF
    • - Pearl
  6. Neck: DCAPBLS TICS SSN
    • - JVD
    • - neck vein distension
    • - tracheal deviation
    • - medic alert tags
  7. Chest: DCAPBLS TICS SSN
    • - Asymmetrical motion
    • - Paridoxical motion
    • - pacemakers
    • - Auscultation Apies and bases (if not, palpate)
  8. Abdomen: DCAPBLS TIC SSN
    • - eviseration
    • - Scars, sores, needle marks
  9. pelvis: DCAPBLS TIC SSN
    • - distention
    • - Priapism / vagional bleeding
    • - Incontinence
    • - Pubic bone stability
    • - eviserations
  10. Lower extremities: DCAPBLS TIC SSN PMS
    • - edema
    • - medical alert tags
  11. Upper extermities: DCAPBLS TIC SSN PMS
    - edema
  12. Back: DCAPBLS TIC SSN
    - edima
  13. TRANSPORT DECISION (load and go or stay and play) / Reassess every __ mins.
  14. Vitals:
    • Pulse (RRQ)
    • Resperations (RRD)
    • BP
    • LOC (AVPU + orientation ?'s)
    • Skin (colour, temperature, condition)
    • SpO2
    • Blood glucose
    • Pupils
  15. APGAR
    • Appearance
    • Pulse
    • Grimace
    • Activity
    • Respiration
  16. SAMPLE History
    • Signs and Sypmtoms
    • Alergies
    • Medications
    • Past Medical History
    • Last Oral Intake
    • Events prior
  17. OPQRST
    • Onset
    • Provokes (does anything make it worse?)
    • Quality (describe the pain)
    • Radiating pain
    • Severity (out of 10)
    • Treatment (have you treated the condition?)
  18. Secondary survey: Head to Toe

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