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Treatments

Treatments for various arrythmias

QuestionAnswer
Sinus Brady (asymptomatic) monitor
Sinus Brady (symptomatic) pacer pads, Atropine
Sinus Tachycardia treat cause
V Fib CPR, defibrillation, Epi, Amiodarone
Asystole CPR with 100% Oxygen, Epi
Idioventricular pacing, Atropine
V Tach (runs) Amiodarone
V Tach (pulseless) CPR, Amiodarone, Epi
V Tach (pulse/unstable) synchronized cardioversion then Amiodarone
V Tach (pulse/stable) Amiodarone then synchronized cardioversion
PVC Oxygen, Amiodarone
SVT Cardioversion, Adenosine, vagal maneuver
Complete Heart Block Pacing, Atropine
2nd Degree Mobitz Pacing, Atropine
Junctional Pacing, Atropine
Pacing - loss of capture increase output threshold
Pacing - undersensing increase sensitivity (dial down)
CPR V fib, asystole
Defibrillation V fib, asystole
Epi V fib, asystole
Pacing Sinus Brady, 3rd Degree Block, 2nd Degree Block, idioventricular, junctional, sinus arrest
Atropine Sinus Brady, 3rd Degree Block, 2nd Degree Block, idioventricular, junctional, sinus arrest
Adenosine atrial tachycardia, SVT, junctional tachycardia
Amiodarone A flutter, A fib, PVC
Created by: blondie1630