Quite a bit of reading but worth it pls help me. A 32-year-old construction worker is helping maneuver a large drainpipe into position

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Quite a bit of reading but worth it pls help me.
A 32-year-old construction worker is helping maneuver a large drainpipe into position when the heavy load suddenly shifts, striking him in the chest. EMR Sanjay is called to the scene. When he arrives, he finds the man lying supine on the ground with his hands on his chest. Sanjay and his partner introduce themselves and begin to assess the patient. As Sanjay’s partner asks bystanders to recount what has happened, Sanjay speaks to the patient. The patient is alert and can speak to him, but his words are strained. As Sanjay works through the ABCs, he notes that the patient’s breathing is rapid and shallow. His pulse rate is rapid. Sanjay feels the patient’s skin, which is cold and clammy. He looks pale. Sanjay begins his RBS and notes that the patient expresses severe pain in the chest region when breathing. He opens the patient’s shirt to see a large area that is discolored and bruised. He finds no other injuries on the patient and decides that the patient should remain in this position while he contacts dispatch. After he completes his primary assessment, what transport decision will Sanjay MOST likely make for this patient, and why?

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Ivy 3 months 2022-02-11T04:57:50+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-11T04:59:32+00:00

    Answer:

    why did you want me to answer because I don’t know the answer bro-

    Explanation:

    thanks for the points ^-^

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