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Phase 2 Brady

Bradycardias

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Milli-Amps should be rapidly increased to an initial target of 85 mA
Use caution when admin. _____ when SYS under 100 mmHg Versed
____ and ___ Should be administered when HR is under 50bpm and Pt. is unstable Atropine Sulfate and TCP
_____ administration should NOT delay implementation of TCp for Pt.'s with inadequate perfusion Atropine
DO NOT administer Atropine in PT.'s with ... Second degree type II , or third degree blocks
AVOID ATROPINE in the presence of ... Acute Coronary Ischemia or Myocardial Infarction
Dopamine Drip Mix ? 400 mg in 250 ml D5W = 1600mcg/ml
Differential Diagnosis (10) Acute Mi, Hypoxia, Hypothermia, Sinus Bradycardia, Athletes, Head injury ( elevated ICP or stroke), Spinal cord lesion , Sick Sinus Syndrome, AV blocks 12or3, overdose
Created by: patrickbilly91