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hi i am new here.. dont know rules properly..

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you received a call at your hospital that a Nuclear plant Reactor explosion has exposed two workers to radiation. what will be the immediate action??
a) Ask them to remove contaminated cloths
b) Ask them to wrap themselves
C) Ask them to take antibiotics
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I am going to take a wild wild guess...

Lymphocytes are affected by radiation and they are going to die...so C (to prevent infection)?
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hi i am new here.. dont know rules properly..

well wanted to ask this question,,
Anyone plz reply..
you received a call at your hospital that a Nuclear plant Reactor explosion has exposed two workers to radiation. what will be the immediate action??
a) Ask them to remove contaminated cloths
b) Ask them to wrap themselves
C) Ask them to take antibiotics
A of course, isnt it a step 2 smth?
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