Writing a Patient Report for the Obvious DOA

Scenario: You arrive at the scene to find the patient obviously deceased and the family member present said that the patient had a heart attack in his sleep. In this scenario, you did not attempt to resuscitate the patient. Here are the fields you will need to change in Elite that differ from the typical patient report, but this TechTip does not address all of the other fields you should be filling in that are typical of any call in your talented report writing skill.

MenuTabFieldBest Entry
Call InfoDispositionPrimary RoleNon-Transport - Other Reason
Call InfoDispositionT&T DispositionDead at Scene Without Interventions (No Transport)
Call InfoConditionsCardiac ArrestYes, Prior to EMS Arrival
Chief ComplaintDate/Time of Onset(Use, if known)
PatientChief ComplaintPrimary SymptomCardiac Arrest
PatientAssessmentPrimary ImpressionObvious Death
PatientAssessmentAssessment(Whatever led you to pronounce death)
PatientCardiac ArrestResuscitation Attempted by 911No
PatientCardiac ArrestEnd of EMS EventPronounced in Field
Provider ActionsVitalsVitals(Need one set, including 0 for pulse and 0 for respiration rate)
Provider ActionsTOR/PODCriteria for PODRigor Mortis