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Q: When handling a potentially contaminated patient, which method below should be used to limit the spread of contamination? a. Patient should be wrapped in plastic, label as radioactive material, and
left at the scene. b. Decontaminate patient by removing all of their outer clothing (gross decon). c. Induce vomiting just in case the patient got contamination in their mouth. d. Held inside the hot zone until the radiation authority can arrive
A: b. Decontaminate patient by removing all of their outer clothing (gross decon).
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