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Bradycardia P1-Initial Approach

Stuart Swadron, MD FAAEM, Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM, and Jessica Mason, MD
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C3 - 2017 - July - Bradycardia Written Summary 500 KB - PDF

A review of the initial approach and simplified differential for a bradycardic patient: A quick ECG interpretation. Consider ischemia, electrolytes, and drugs. A bradycardia resuscitation with the residents

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Jan R. -

Might be a typo? Atropine max 2-3gm maximum.

Tim V. -

Was surprised not to see Mel's mnemonic DIE (drugs, ischemia, electrolytes) as a differential for bradycardia on the summary.

It might also be helpful to consider sepsis in the differential - it can present with bradycardia.

Thanks again for excellent review.

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