Mock Code Evaluation Form

May 1, 2008 | Ambulatory Care Risk Management

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Front-office staff should be instructed to immediately notify clinical staff if a patient presents to the office with symptoms or complaints such as dizziness, "feeling faint," chest pain, or difficulty breathing. Common conditions that clinical staff should address without delay include chest pain; shortness of breath, airway obstruction, or respiratory difficulties; pale or bluish coloring; seizure; bleeding; psychiatric or behavioral emergencies; and vomiting after a head injury.

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