A patient’s spouse, who is a doctor, states that an EMT is negligent because he put his wife on low-concentration

A patient’s spouse, who is a doctor, states that an EMT is negligent because he put his wife on low-concentration oxygen when she should have gotten high-concentration oxygen. The patient was having chest pain that was later determined to be caused by anxiety. She was released from the emergency department later in the day. Which statement is true?
a.The EMT cannot be proven negligent because that patient suffered no harm.
b. Negligence is a distinct possibility since the patient was transported and treated in the emergency department.
c. Negligence cannot be proven since the EMT responded to the call and did render care.
d. Negligence can be proven because the protocol states high-concentration oxygen should be given.

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