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What 2 drugs are used in PEA treatment? PEA: Pulseless-->epi + atropine
Protocol for VFib or pulseless Vtach (cardiac arrest)? ABC (of course)==>shock with 360J==>2 min CPR==>360J==>2min CPR + epi/vasopressin==>360J==>epi +/- antiarrhythmics
What 3 drugs are used to Rx stable Vtach (not pulseless)? amiodarone, lidocaine, procainamide
SVT Rx? 4 steps vagal maneuvers, adenosine, ventricular rate control (with digoxin/ccb/bblockers, etc), electric cardioversion
What do you anticoagulate with first in Afib? Heparin. Warfarin comes later
4 steps of PEA management? CPR, ABCs, Epi, Atropine (3 times max), then treat cause
The 5 H's that cause PEA are? hypovolemia, hypoxia, hydrogen ions, hypokalemia, hyperkalemia
The 6 T's of PEA causes? toxin/tablets, tamponade, tension PTX, thrombosis, thrombosis, pulm embolism, trauma
What do you give before atropine in b blocker OD? IV fluid bolus. If atropine isnt helping, do charcoal +/- gastric lavage
If b blocker OD isnt responsive to atropine and gastric lavage, what drugs to give? glucagon, ca chloride, insulin + glucose
Never perform _________ in asystole electric shock
Rx protocol of asystole? ABC--->transcutaneous pacing---->Epi--->atropine x3
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