A patient who has only been exposed to radiation from an external source should be
handled as follows:
a. Made comfortable and provided with last rites while next of kin is notified.
b. Thoroughly ...
... decontaminated and wrapped in sterile blankets prior to transport.
c. No differently than a person who may have received radiation therapy or a person who
has received a diagnostic X-ray.
d. Left at the scene until qualified persons arrive to decontaminate.
Even though there is no cure, those who have come into contact with such hazardous materials should be decontaminated before transport. The best answer would be B.
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