The patient is on the bed, hand to head, and in pain. I ask for the pain to be rated on a scale of 1-10 and the patient says 7 (which aligns with the multiple bruises and blood on the patient's face, nose, mouth). The patient describes, step by step, what happened. I simultaneously listen while getting out my pulse oximeter and notepad to record pertinent info. The two aspects most concerning are: the patient didn't trip but some other medical event was the cause - and the patient lost consciousness. The best part of the story is that the patient said the first thing in memory after the fall was the patient's little dogs licking the patient's face. That was cool because both of them were on the bed at this time, "helping me" assess the patient.