A 49-year old male is transported to your Emergency Department complaining of “tightness” in his chest. He is slightly pale. His skin is warm and dry. He is alert and responsive. His blood pressure is 130/88, and his pulse is 46, strong and regular. He has IV access, and is attached to the ECG monitor which shows sinus rhythm with ST segment elevation in lead II. A stat 12-lead ECG shows 4-6mm ST segmental elevation in leads II, III and aVF. The onset of the patient’s symptoms is less than 30 minutes ago. A member of the team suggests that it would be proper to administer 0.5mg of atropine sulfate I.V. to treat the bradycardia.