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When assessing a patient with a behavioral crisis, your primary concern must be:
General guidelines to follow when caring for a patient with a behavioral crisis include all of the following, EXCEPT:
Reflective listening, an assessment technique used when caring for patients with an emotional crisis, involves:
Which of the following patients is at HIGHEST risk for suicide?
When caring for a patient with an emotional crisis who is calm and not in need of immediate emergency care, your BEST course of action is to:
When physically restraining a violent patient, the EMT should:
Upon arrival at the residence of a young male with an apparent emotional crisis, a police officer tells you that the man is acting bizarrely. You find him sitting on his couch; he is conscious, but confused. He takes medications, but cannot remember why. His skin is pale and diaphoretic, and he has noticeable tremors to his hands. You should FIRST rule out:
Which of the following signs is LEAST indicative of a patient’s potential for violence?