The determination of whether a medical patient is a high-priority or low-priority transport is typically made: Select one: A. after the primary assessment has been completed. B. once the patient’s baseline vital signs are known. C. as soon as the patient voices his or her chief complaint. D. upon completion of a detailed secondary assessment.

The determination of whether a medical patient is a high-priority or low-priority transport is typically made:

Select one:
A. after the primary assessment has been completed.
B. once the patient’s baseline vital signs are known.
C. as soon as the patient voices his or her chief complaint.
D. upon completion of a detailed secondary assessment.

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