What is the most important information about a person should be known in an ambulance for emergency medical care?

What is the most important information about a person should be known in an ambulance for emergency medical care?

First Minister's Questions BSL - 1 October 2020

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answers (2)

Answer 1
April, 2021

In addition to those already listed, important information will be the presence of diseases in the victim (previously diagnosed). Also, in addition to the blood type, it is not bad to report Rh, but this is understandable.

Answer 2
April, 2021

It's not trivial:

  • allergic reactions. In order not to send the patient into anaphylactic shock;

  • blood group;

  • Full name. To contact relatives;

  • circumstances of the incident;

This is the most basic thing that came to mind

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