Yeah I don't have time to reread an entire book before my scenario. Thanks anyway. I'll wait for others to respond.A trauma patient.
Knowing what you may or may not get is not going to help you in the long run. What will help you is to reread the book and work through assessments in a stepwise function following their guidelines.
You're completely lost. Where did I say I wanted answers? I said what are the likely scenarios. You wasted time replying.I'm a PHTLS Instructor. It's going to be a trauma scenario. And you need to be familiar with the methodology of PHTLS to pass.
If you didn't read the book or study (I honestly don't understand how anyone can fail PHTLS) and you're coming here to get answers... You're probably going to have a bad time.
I believe it was here:Where did I say I wanted answers?
So while you didn't want the answers, you wanted the questions to the test, so you can look up the answers ahead of time. That's still cheating.I said what are the likely scenarios.
I failed my first time as well, although I think it was in 2001ish. My grandfather died two days before, I hadn't slept well for the previous several days, I didn't have time to read the book before class, and was completely exhaustedI had to retake the written the very first time I took the class about 10 years ago
If the entire class fails... it’s on the instructor.I failed itls... already had my phtls cert, I failed cause the instructors answer key was wrong.... the whole class had to retest cause some passed because their answers were wrong too. That is the only time I’ve ever heard of failing a trauma life support class. It’s so easy an emt can do it