Flashcards in Adult Bradycardia Deck (10):
Adult Bradycardia - First Line
ECG, 12 lead ECG, if possible
IV or IO access with NS at TKO titrate to SBP ___________
_______ _______ adjunct as needed.
Adult Bradycardia - Protocol applies to adults who are _________ bradycardic with a heart rate of less than _______ documented by _______, a systolic blood pressure less than _________ -AND- other signs or symptoms of hypoperfusion that may include ______ ________, ________, ________, __________, _________,_________.
Oxygen , adjust flow and delivery mode as needed with airway adjunct as needed.
Profound bradycardia may require __________________
decreased sensorium, diaphoresis, chest pain, capillary refill greater than 2 seconds, cool extremities, or cyanosis.
Symptomatic Type ____ degree blocks and __________ degree blocks shall have _______ implemented without delay.
Adult Bradycardia - Atropine 1st dose
0.5mg IV/IO push
Adult Bradycardia - Post atropine IF symptomatic bradycardia persists
do what ________
Adult Bradycardia - Pacing HR
Adult Bradycardia - Versed for pacing
IV/IO - 1-6mg slow IV push
IM/IN - 2mg dose. May repeat X2 at 5min intervals
titrate to pt comfort
Adult Bradycardia - IF no TCP available what do you do_______
0.5mg-1mg IV/IO every 3-5min until 3.0 mg total given.
Adult Bradycardia - What can you do after pacing.
-What 2 criteria need to be met.
Dopamine - **Base Hospital Order**
Begin with infusion of 10mcg/kg/min if bradycardia persists and if SBP < 90mmhg