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You arrive on scene with your partner Leonard to the report of a child appearing lethargic. Upon entering the house, you see a 9-year-old girl lying on the couch. Her father says she has been breathing strangely and began vomiting about 45 minutes ago. During your assessment, you determine she needs to be transported to the ER immediately. c

a. BP 104/60, respirations of 24 per minute and a pulse of 82

b. BP 100/58, respirations of 14 per minute and a pulse of 130

c. BP 108/64, respirations of 20 per minute and a pulse of 100

d. BP 116/70, respirations of 27 per minute and a pulse of 96

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