Welcome to the lesson on responding to bradycardia. In this video, we'll discuss how to respond to broader cardiac events. To respond to symptomatic bradycardia. Check the heart rate to confirm abnormally low heart rate or significant drop from previous normal. Complete the ABC survey by checking airway, breathing, and circulation. Check for signs and symptoms of shock and acute change in mental status.
Perform necessary CPR, administer epinephrine and atropine. As indicated, evaluate successive drugs and consider transthoracic or transmitted as pacing, especially if Brad accardi is the result of a complete heart block or an abnormal sinus node function. Seek consultation from an expert if needed. Remember, the primary goal of symptomatic bradycardia treatment is to make sure the heart is adequately perfusion. treatment is not necessarily aimed at increasing the heart rate. treatment should continue until Symptoms And Signs resolved at the industry.
Stops having a pulse. Move to the cardiac arrest protocol. Always consider the reversible causes of Braddock, cardiac and pediatrics and treat if possible. For further details on responding to Braddock, cardiac pediatrics, please refer to table 15 and the pediatric Braddock cardio with pulse or poor perfusion algorithm that is figure 13 in your corresponding pls manual. This concludes our lesson on responding to Braddock carnea. Next, we'll review recognizing tachycardia