No

Cardiac history-Epinephrine

Complete heart block? | J

Consider isoproterenol or Atropine epinephrine infusion

Consider cardiac pacing

Figure I-3. Management algorithm for bradycardia. (ABCs = airway, breathing, circulation; ET = endotracheal; HR = heart rate; LOC = level of consciousness.)

ventilation with 100% oxygen was provided. Patient's heart rate immediately improved to 120 beats/min.

VII. Teaching Pearl: Question. What is the most common cause of clinically significant bradycardic rhythms in infants and children?

VIII. Teaching Pearl: Answer. Hypoxemia; therefore, immediate support of airway, ventilation, and oxygenation is warranted.

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