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Which of the following make up the HOT mnemonic
Within the HOT traumatic cardiac arrest setting, chest compressions are advised
A Tension Pneumothorax may cause chest compressions to be futile due to
In a hypovolaemic Traumatic Cardiac Arrest, chest compressions may not be effective due to the lack of volume available to be pumped around the heart and body, True or False
Oxygenation within a Traumatic Cardiac Arrest aims to reduce
When managing a Traumatic Cardiac Arrest, where possible, HOT reversible causes should be dealt with
For the management of haemorrhage, which of the following can be utilised
Conducting HOT Cardiac Arrest treatment can have detrimental outcomes in patients where the true cause of arrest was medical, True or False
When conducting HOT Traumatic Cardiac Arrest treatment, you should perform a needle thoracocentesis on
Within a hypovolaemic Traumatic Cardiac Arrest, minimal fluid boluses are advised, True or False