Find your answers, solutions and more...

We made it much easier for you to find exactly what you're looking for on ScieMce. Enjoy our search engine "Clutch." More about bancfirst small business online banking.



  • PhD Member
  • ******
When performing the secondary assessment, what sign is most suggestive of a spinal cord injury?

A) Pain in the right leg
B) Headache and nausea
C) Bruising on the back
D) Persistent penile erection

Marked as best answer by david

Mocce Tib

  • PhD Member
  • ******

Questions you may also like

Related Posts

» A ________ injury occurs when a patient is struck by flying shrapnel from a blast.
» The concept that immediately addresses problems encountered and yet does not interrupt the assessment sequence and does not increase scene time is called:
» Being thrown by a blast wave and impacting the ground is what type of blast injury?
» The accumulation of air in the potential space between the visceral and parietal pleura secondary to penetrating injury presenting as an open wound is a(n):
» The selection and administration of a particular medication to a specific patient depends on:

Sam Bruno

  • PhD Member
  • ******
Sent you a message please check your forum inbox. Thank you