This video goes over the algorithm for bradycardias. I love the fact that they really simplified everything quite a bit. I’m not as sleepy in this video… no, I actually am.
The key points are really that the main drug here is atropine. If that doesn’t work then you can try one of three options: transcutaneous pacing, dopamine and epinephrine. If that doesn’t work, they need a transvenous pacer.
Again great video, one of the many aspects missing from our ACLS courses was the pathophysiology/mechanisms to understand whats going on beyond clinical presentation. Very much appreciated your concise but detailed explanations.
Similar to the other ACLS reviews, this puts a different spin on the different algorithms. Thanks for approaching a different learning style.
Simple way of approaching the bradycardias. Thanks for another good video