NEMI'S CALL SHEET FOR TREATING PLANTS
(Arrival) - EMS responded to Fire Company 24 in order to leave inappropriate notes on their blackboard and eat their cookies. Arrived on scene to find 18 small tomato plants on the bench in front of the apparatus bay, looking dehydrated.
(Chief Complaint) - None voiced by patients.
(History) - Apparently, the plants were left out in the hot sun, and have not been properly hydrated. No past medical history is available from the patients, as they are non-verbal upon EMS arrival.
(Assessment) - All plants appear well-nourished but mildly dehydrated. GCS of all patients is 3, which is their baseline. Soil is dry. Leaves appear limp.
(Rx) - Rehydration immediately begun by administering 20oz bottles of water to all patients' roots. Soil became moist. Patients were transferred inside the apparatus bay for shade and rehydration therapy was continued. Leaves appeared less 'wilty' following move to shade and second round of rehydration therapy.
(Transport) - No transport destination preference was voiced by any of the patients. EMS determined that Fire personnel might not exactly be thrilled with EMS transporting their tomato plants anywhere. Determination was made to release the patients to the care of Fire personnel with supplies and instructions for continued rehydration therapy.
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