Flashcards in MC - 6 - Post Resuscitation Care - Adult and Pediatric Deck (13):
In the ROSC patient, oxygen saturations should be titrated to greater than ______.
What is the optimal end tidal CO2 in post-ROSC care?
What is the minimum number of vascular access sites in the post-ROSC patient?
T/F: Only 1 IO may be placed in the adult medical ROSC patient.
For penetrating trauma, what is the term used for hypotension in resuscitation?
- Restoring BP to "normal" range will disrupt clots and disrupt hemostasis.
For medical, adult post-ROSC patients, what is the minimum systolic blood pressure? The MAP?
Greater than 90 mmHg; 65 mmHg
Formula for MAP
1, 2, 3
MAP = SBP + (2xDBP/3)
For medical, pediatric post-ROSC patients, what is the minimum SBP? The MAP?
70 + (age x 2); 65 mmHg
If an adult, medical post-ROSC patient is unable to follow commands, what is administered to optimize perfusion?
2L NS IV
If a pediatric or traumatic post-ROSC patient is unable to follow commands, what is administered to optimize perfusion?
NS bolus of 20 mL/kg (Maximum of 2L)
What may be administered to medical patients who remain hypotensive following NS bolus?
Over 18 YO: 5-10 mcg/kg/min dopamine
Under 18 YO: 0.1-0.5 mcg/kg/min 1:10,000 epinephrine
Review the chart on MC-6 for mixing epinephrine.