Personal Narrative Assistant

Dispatch:
EMS was dispatched and responded [select name="variable_1" value="emergently|non-emergently|"] to the above location for [checkbox name="variable_2" value="a non-emergency interfacility transfer|an emergency interfacility transfer"] [textarea name="variable_3" default=""]

Arrival:
[textarea name="variable_4" default=""]

Chief Complaint: 
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History:
The patient's past pertinent medical history, allergies, and medications are noted in the patient's Demographics Tab above.

Assessment:
[textarea name="variable_6" default="The patient appears well nourished, well developed, and does not appear to be in acute distress. "] [checkbox name="variable_7" value="The patient is alert and oriented to person, place, time, and event.|The patient is alert, but disoriented|The patient is arousable by verbal stimuli.|The patient arousable by painful stimuli.|The patient is unresponsive."] [checkbox name="variable_8" value="The patient’s airway is open and maintained with no concern for compromise.|The patient’s airway is not open and compromised, requiring intervention."] [checkbox name="variable_9" value="The patient’s breathing is spontaneously, non-labored, with a regular rate and depth.|The patient’s breathing is abnormal and not adequate for perfusion."] [checkbox name="variable_10" value="The patient’s circulation is of a normal rate and quality.|The patient’s circulation is critical with massive hemorrhage requiring intervention."] Detailed assessment was obtained and noted in Assessment Tab above.

Rx (Treatment):
[select name="variable_11" value="|Airway intervention was required as a lifesaving intervention.|Patient was placed on cardiac and hemodynamic diagnostics for continuous monitoring.|IV access was successfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication administration.|IV access was successfully established for fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication and fluid administration.|IV access was unsuccessfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|The sending facility required medication administration during transport."][select name="variable_12" value="|Airway intervention was required as a lifesaving intervention.|Patient was placed on cardiac and hemodynamic diagnostics for continuous monitoring.|IV access was successfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication administration.|IV access was successfully established for fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication and fluid administration.|IV access was unsuccessfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|The sending facility required medication administration during transport."][select name="variable_13" value="|Airway intervention was required as a lifesaving intervention.|Patient was placed on cardiac and hemodynamic diagnostics for continuous monitoring.|IV access was successfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication administration.|IV access was successfully established for fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication and fluid administration.|IV access was unsuccessfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|The sending facility required medication administration during transport."][select name="variable_14" value="|Airway intervention was required as a lifesaving intervention.|Patient was placed on cardiac and hemodynamic diagnostics for continuous monitoring.|IV access was successfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication administration.|IV access was successfully established for fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication and fluid administration.|IV access was unsuccessfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|The sending facility required medication administration during transport."][select name="variable_15" value="|Airway intervention was required as a lifesaving intervention.|Patient was placed on cardiac and hemodynamic diagnostics for continuous monitoring.|IV access was successfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication administration.|IV access was successfully established for fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication and fluid administration.|IV access was unsuccessfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|The sending facility required medication administration during transport."][select name="variable_16" value="|Airway intervention was required as a lifesaving intervention.|Patient was placed on cardiac and hemodynamic diagnostics for continuous monitoring.|IV access was successfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication administration.|IV access was successfully established for fluid administration.|IV access was successfully established for medication and fluid administration.|IV access was unsuccessfully established in anticipation of medication or fluid administration.|The sending facility required medication administration during transport."] [textarea name="variable_17" default="Treatment details can be found in the Flowchart above."]

Transport:
The patient was transported to the above destination for further evaluation and care. The patient was moved to EMS stretcher and secured via safety restraints. The patient was transported in [select name="variable_18" value="a non-emergent|an emergent"] manner due to condition. At destination, the patient was moved to bedside via EMS stretcher. Patient care was given to the nursing staff at bedside via verbal report. EMS was cleared and returned to service.

Smart Docs Statement:
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Dispatch:
EMS was dispatched and responded to the above location for


Arrival:


Chief Complaint:


History:
The patient's past pertinent medical history, allergies, and medications are noted in the patient's Demographics Tab above.

Assessment:
Detailed assessment was obtained and noted in Assessment Tab above.

Rx (Treatment):


Transport:
The patient was transported to the above destination for further evaluation and care. The patient was moved to EMS stretcher and secured via safety restraints. The patient was transported in manner due to condition. At destination, the patient was moved to bedside via EMS stretcher. Patient care was given to the nursing staff at bedside via verbal report. EMS was cleared and returned to service.

Smart Docs Statement:

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