PCP Quiz 17 Question 1 of 4The term hypovolemia can best be defined as:Inadequate oxygen in the blood.Abnormally decreased amount of blood and fluids in the body.Low blood pressure.Abnormal low carbon dioxide tension in the blood.Question 2 of 4What is the purpose of the Secondary Survey? To investigate the nature and extent of the chief complaint. To identify other injuries or conditions not immediately life- or limb threatening. To gather information required to develop an appropriate management plan. 1, 21, 31, 2, 32, 3Question 3 of 4Which of the following are components of the Secondary Survey? Decision point. History. Vital Signs. Transport. Head-to-Toe Examination. 2, 3, 51, 3, 42, 4, 51, 2, 3, 4, 5Question 4 of 4The purpose of the Vital Signs component of the Secondary Survey is to:Provide the attendant with a normal set of vital signs for the patient.Identify if rapid transport is indicated in the Primary Assessment.Provide a record of the vital functions of the body over time.Provide a single set of vital signs to give to the receiving hospital staff.