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All are in the Differential

The above rhythm is Sinus Tachycardia. Of note, had the rhythm been over 150 bpm, the P waves would have been harder to see, merging with the preceding T wave, and other rhythms would need to be considered, such as SVT or Atrial flutter with 2:1 block. ...
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I believe that Lidocaineor Amiodarone would be the best choicefor this situation. What would be the reason for Epi?

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How does one pace asystole? How does Atropine work for an asystolic rhythm?

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Prepare for transcutaneous pacing (place pacing pads, do not pace yet)

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Magnesium is indicated for VF/pulseless VT associated with torsades de pointes

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CPR that is performed hard (at least 2 inches depth), fast (at least 100 compressions/min), and with minimal interruptions (less than 10s).

The American Heart Associations 2010 ECC Standards identify that chest compressions are the most important component of CPR and must be performed at...
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The correct dose of Vasopressin is 40 U administered IV or IO

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MONA - Morphine, Oxygen, Nitroglycerine, Aspirin

Morphine, Oxygen, Nitroglycerine, and Aspirin have been identified as effective medications used in acute coronary syndromes.

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65 year old
BS level of 700
No keytones in urine

HHNK- BS> 600; more common inindividuals >50 YO with type II diabetes. These pts still produce some insulin so they do not produce keytones in their urine. The other answers are typical of DKA

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