Since there hasn't been any scenarios posted in a little while I will toss one out here. I do not have the final outcome of the patient because it is a fairly recent call. For anyone who would like to play along I will start will some basic call information and will provide more information as requested. Keep in mind I am in CA so my treatment options are limited. Its not a super complex call with no zebras as of right now. It is around noon on a hot summer day. You are on an ALS ambulance and are called out via 911 for a subject laying next to a pool. You are met outside by family who state they haven't seen the patient in 30+ minutes so they went searching and found the patient laying next to the pool. You arrive and see a body covered by a towel that is slightly shaking. You lift up the towel and see a naked male who is between 60-80 years old laying prone with vomit around his mouth, slightly shaking, with pale skins, and 2nd degree burns on his right shoulder, elbow, forearm, hip, knee, calf, and ankle. He is breathing at a normal rate with a good tidal volume, from what you can see. That is where we will start off at. What do you want to know? What do you want to asses? What do you want to do?