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Explain how environmental factors may affect your patient assessment.
Outline the components of an ETHANE message
A patient you are treating has an SpO2 reading of 90% after being hit on the chest in a work place accident. Explain the clinical significance of this reading.
When using the mnemonic RFLAPS, what do the A and P stand for and what are you examining for when using the A and P part of the mnemonic?
In a clinical setting how will you differentiate a pneumothorax from a haemothorax?
What is a “seat belt sign” and what is the clinical significance of it?
List two signs of a traumatic brain injury and explain why the present in TBI?
Your patient has a fractured femur secondary to a motorcycle accident. What is the potential blood loss from this injury and how would you examine for same?
Write a brief note on secondary brain injuries
List the three divisions of hyperthermia and briefly explain one.