Toxicology

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EMS: Pediatric Overdose

SimX VALOR

Learner will arrive on-scene to find a 4-year-old male patient with decreased responsiveness, pinpoint pupils, and shallow respirations. Learner will perform an initial assessment and identify that the patient ingested some hydrocodone-acetaminophen tablets that belonged to the parent, with an open bottle on the bathroom counter. Learner will recognize signs...

Emergency Medicine
Pediatrics
Prehospital
Toxicology

EMS: Pediatric Overdose

EMS Bundle

Learner will arrive on-scene to find a 4-year-old male patient with decreased responsiveness, pinpoint pupils, and shallow respirations. Learner will perform an initial assessment and...

Case Information:
Bundles: EMS Bundle
Learner Population: EMS, Military
Specialty: Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Prehospital, Toxicology
Author: SimX VALOR
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Ambulance, Home
Patient ect: Pediatric
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: AEMT, altered mental status, bls, ems, EMT, Military, Opiate overdose, pals, Paramedic, pediatrics, prehospital, toxicology,