The nurse is caring for a client who is bradycardic and not responding to atropine. The nurse anticipates this client will be have which intervention next?


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- Shock the patient

- Administer adenosine

- Transcutaneous pacing

- Administer nitro


If a client is bradycardic and not responding to atropine, any of the following are exceptable next steps: Dopamine infusion, Epinephrine infusion, transcutaneous pacing. Adenosine stops the heart, this is not a shockable rhythm, and nitroglycerin is indicated for HTN, not bradycardia- this would be contraindicated in bradycardia.

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