A patient complains of feeling dizzy and faint when the patient care technician enters the room. While inquiring about the patient’s symptom

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A patient complains of feeling dizzy and faint when the patient care technician enters the room. While inquiring about the patient’s symptoms, the patient suddenly faints. What should the patient care technician have done when the patient complained of dizziness? What should the technician do after the patient had fainted?

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Rylee 3 months 2022-02-23T04:44:16+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-23T04:45:57+00:00

    Hi,

    Answer:

    In most cases, the victim spontaneously and quickly regains consciousness.

    What should the patient care technician have done when the patient complained of dizziness?

    If it’s not the case :

    –  leave the victim lying on the ground,

    – elevate their legs (using a chair or stool),

    – stay with her until she wakes up.

    Preventing emergency services: a few rare cases

    When a person faints, it is very rare to call for help.

    This will only be done if the victim:

    -slow to regain consciousness

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