ECG characteristics of supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) vs. sinus tachycardia.
Signs & symptoms that indicate a patient is unstable.
Delivery of a synchronized shock for the treatment of unstable SVT using a biphasic vs monophasic defibrillator.
Consideration for team safety while performing synchronized cardioversion.
Actions to take immediately if an unstable patient we’ve cardioverted goes into a pulseless rhythm.
Management of stable patients in SVT.
For more on narrow complex tachycardias, check out the pod resource page at passacls.com.
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