A 30-year-old male experienced a generalized (tonic-clonic) seizure, which stopped before you arrived at the scene. The patient is conscious, is answering your questions appropriately, and refuses EMS transport. Which of the following would be the MOST compelling reason to disagree with his refusal of transport? Select one: A. His Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) score is 15 B. He is currently not prescribed any medications C. His wife states that this was his “usual” seizure D. He has experienced seizures since he was 20

A 30-year-old male experienced a generalized (tonic-clonic) seizure, which stopped before you arrived at the scene. The patient is conscious, is answering your questions appropriately, and refuses EMS transport. Which of the following would be the MOST compelling reason to disagree with his refusal of transport?
Select one:
A. His Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) score is 15
B. He is currently not prescribed any medications
C. His wife states that this was his “usual” seizure
D. He has experienced seizures since he was 20

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