You are talking with your patient who is admitted for a Non-ST elevated Myocardial Infarction all of a sudden goes into cardiac arrest. You push the code blue button and start compressions. The physician arrives and wants to give epinephrine. Which concentration of epinephrine do you give?


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- 1:10,000 Epinephrine

- 1:1,000 Epinephrine

- 1:100 Epinephine

- 1:10 Epinephrine


The correct concentration of epinephrine for cardiac arrest is 1:10,000. Anaphylaxis is 1:1,000. The other concentrations do not exist.

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