ACLS Practice Questions   ACLS PALS

  1. In the event that treatable causes of symptomatic sinus bradycardia have been ruled out, and the patient is not responsive to a full vagolytic dose of atropine, initiation of transcutaneous cardiac pacing would be acceptable.

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  2. What are the major contraindications to administering aspirin initially to the suspect Acute Coronary Syndrome patient?

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  3. All health care professionals are legally obligated to begin CPR on any person found in cardiac arrest

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  1. Obtaining a 12-lead ECG takes priority over obtaining rapid CT or MRI scans.

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  2. Sinus tachycardia can be ruled out by the presence of "p" waves.

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