You’re called to a home and find an unresponsive male. Family members said he “passed out.” You assess the scene to be safe. The next thing you should do is:
Get a temperature to determine if he has heat stroke.
Check the patient’s blood sugar; he might be a diabetic.
Get a blood pressure to determine if it’s too low and may have caused him to pass out.
Simultaneously check for a pulse and breathing.
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