Four people who have been injured in a car accident are admitted to the emergency department. using the emergency severity index (esi), in which order should the victims be seen by a health care provider (hcp)? 1 an adult with severe bleeding from a laceration in the leg 3 an adult with a history of asthma and respirations of 30 breaths per minute 2 a child with lacerations on the arms and legs 4 an older adult with normal vital signs, but is confused

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The Emergency Severity Index is a 5 level emergency department triage being maintained by the AHRQ. Among the victims of the car accident here is the order in which they should be seen by a healthcare provider. First, an adult with a laceration with severe bleeding. Second, an adult having 30 breaths per minute respiration with a history of asthma. Third, an older adult confuse yet with normal vital signs and lastly is a child with lacerations on arms as well as in the legs.


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Using the emergency severity index, the following order should be seen by a health care provider; First, an adult with severe bleeding from a laceration in the leg. Second, a child with lacerations on the arms and legs. Third, an adult with a history of asthma and respiration of 30 breaths per minute. Fourth, an older adult with normal vital signs, but is confused


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