I put together an annotated algorithm based on evidence and logical reasoning for approaching bradycardia. 

In reality, we probably spend too much time trying to determine what kind of block we see. Here is my approach to bradycardia. The algorithm has nothing to do with the block degree.

For everyone that is about to comment " YOU WOULD GIVE ATROPINE TO A 3RD DEGREE BLOCK??"

"Psh"

If your curious about atropine if ACS is suspected, check out this paper HERE.

Is your pacer actually pacing? Check out this article on EMS12Lead by my friend Tom Bouthillet HERE.

Now go check out the podcast!

 

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