bradycardia - 1. You arrive on scene to a 49 year old male...

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1. You arrive on scene to a 49 year old male complaining of sob. Pt is conscious and oriented. Lung sounds are clear with O2 sat of 96% sinus brady at 48 bp 94/p. What is the treatment for this patient. a. 0.5 mg Atropine IVP SO b. TCP BHPO c. O2 15 ltrs via NRB d. 250 ml fluid bolus 2. On the last pt you are unable to establish an iv and you cannot get a blood pressure. What is your treatment? a. 0.5 mg Atropine ET SO b. 10 mg Atropine ETAD SO c. 1 mg Atropine ET SO d. 2 mg Atropine ET SO 3.What is the treatment for unstable narrow complex bradycardia after first 0.5 mg of Atropine? a. Repeat q 3-5” to max of 3mg b. Repeat once then TCP c. Dopamine 10-40 mcg/kg/min d. 250 ml fluid bolus 4. What must you have to deliver MS to bradycardic pts after TCP? a. BP >100 systolic b. Capture c. Pain level >5 d. A and B 5. What must be done with initiation of pacing for a unstable bradycardic pt? a.
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2010 for the course PAR 100 taught by Professor Alan during the Spring '10 term at Miramar College.

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